ISLAMABAD The Prime Minister of Pakistan has agreed to strengthen bilateral relations by telephoning the Chinese President.

According to the Prime Minister’s Office, Prime Minister Imran Khan, while talking to the Chinese President, praised the unprecedented victory in the fight against poverty, reforms and China’s remarkable development.

The Pak-China leaders reviewed all aspects of the Pak-China Strategic Cooperation Partnership and discussed the regional and international situation.

The Prime Minister praised China’s efforts to combat the Corona virus outbreak, and praised China’s efforts in countering Corona’s assistance to developing countries and tackling climate change.

The Pak-China leaders agreed to further strengthen economic and trade ties. Latest situation in Afghanistan was also discussed.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the world must play a role in rescuing the Afghan people from economic problems and help save Afghanistan from the humanitarian crisis.

Prime Minister Imran Khan welcomed the interest of Chinese investors in C-Pac. The Prime Minister appreciated the quality and timely completion of the project under C-Pac.

The Prime Minister said that early launch of ML1 project would fulfill Pakistan’s geo-economic vision for national and regional development.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also invited Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Pakistan soon.