On the 71st anniversary of Pak-China diplomatic relations, Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif has sent his best wishes to Chinese President Xi Jinping, the governments, and the people of the two nations.
PM Shehbaz Sharif referred to China and Pakistan as “brothers” in his message on the occasion.
The two countries’ governments and citizens have nurtured this evergreen tree of friendship for the past 71 years, the prime minister added.
To all the leaders of both countries who have worked tirelessly to develop this unrivaled friendship into a Cooperative Strategic Partnership and the Iron Brothers relationship, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif paid tribute.
“No storm in world politics or jealousy can ever break this unbreakable relationship,” he claimed.
Moreover, He said, Our Chinese brothers and sisters had been attacked outside Karachi University recently. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of these and all others who have made the ultimate sacrifice for Pak-China relations.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said he was committed to bringing the perpetrators of the Karachi attack to justice.
As far as PM Shehbaz Sharif believes that the CPEC provides a strong platform for economic cooperation and poverty alleviation, as well as connectivity, in the region. An investment in this plan is an investment in future generations’ well-being and a promise of a brighter future.
He vowed to strengthen the economic ties that bind the two of them like a brotherhood.