Islamabad, Sep 7: Asserting that Pakistan-China ties have withstood vicissitudes of time, Islamabad claimed that the incumbent government will leave no stone unturned to further cooperation and collaboration to bring the two countries even more closely.
Talking to Ambassador of China Yao Jing who called on him here on Thursday, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain said Pak-China friendship is based on shared principles and cooperation in diverse fields, a report in Radio Pakistan said.
During a send-off ceremony held for 24 Pakistani students proceeding to China for masters in different disciplines, Yao said, 'China is keen to work with the new Pakistani government and enhance cooperation and partnership.'
'China is keen to contribute to the development of Pakistan,' he said, adding that China is confident of Pakistan’s future development and prosperity. UNI