According to the press release, Prime Minister Imran briefed Xi about the current situation in the country, sharing that Pakistan had come out of a difficult economic situation.
“We will never forget China’s financial cooperation in this regard,” he was quoted as saying, adding that China had helped Pakistan without “any conditionality”.
Prime Minister Imran said that China provided Pakistan with the opportunity to come out of a very difficult economic situation and appreciated the Chinese support under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) framework.
“Pakistan and China are all-weather friends and strategic cooperative partners.”
The premier congratulated the Chinese president on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and thanked him for the warm welcome the Pakistani delegation had received in Beijing.
President Xi lauded the premier for speaking about Pakistan and China’s relations during the UNGA, and said that both countries enjoy close friendly relations and cooperated with each other in different fields.
As per the FO press release, both leaders agreed that a peaceful and stable Afghanistan would promote economic development and connectivity in the region while expressing resolve to continue to support the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan.