Publish dateSaturday 6 May 2023 - 10:06
Story Code : 269484
Chinese minister Calls Pakistan to set up Coordination in Rebuilding Afghanistan
Afghan Voice Agency(AVA)_Monitoring, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang proposed that coordination efforts for the reconstruction of Afghanistan should be stepped up, he said while meeting with Pakistani President Arif Alvi in Islamabad on Saturday.

“China is ready to strengthen communication and coordination with Pakistan on the Afghan issue and to contribute to the process of peaceful reconstruction of Afghanistan jointly,” the minister was quoted by TASS.
According to him, Beijing is working together to promote regional stability and development. 

Arif Alvi received greetings from Chinese President Xi Jinping through Qin Gang, who further noted that China and Pakistan are strategic allies that support comprehensive cooperation in any circumstance.
China’s Foreign Minister Ganq is on a two-day visit to Pakistan to attend trilateral talks on Afghanistan since May 5.

Meanwhile, the trilateral meeting will occur among China, Pakistan and Afghanistan today, May 6.
One of the crucial aspects of the meeting would be to engage Afghanistan in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting foreign minister for Afghanistan, began a visit to Pakistan on May 5 and will stay there through May 8, according to the Pakistani Foreign Ministry.

It also said that apart from holding bilateral meetings, the acting Afghan foreign minister will participate in the 5th China-Pakistan-Afghanistan Trilateral Foreign Ministers’ Dialogue on May 6.

The focus of the meeting will be strengthening the bilateral relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Afghanistan is important for China’s massive One Belt One Road initiative and can serve as a bridge between South and Central Asia.
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