Chinese PM arrives in Islamabad

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  1. Vikramaditya

    Vikramaditya Regular Member

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    ISLAMABAD: Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao arrived in the federal capital today on a three-day official visit.

    Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani. Gilani himself received his Chinese counterpart at the airport. Dozens of chief executives of companies and 150 business leaders are accompanying the Chinese premier.

    The visit will be a unique opportunity for the two countries to enhance their trade and commercial ties. Many commercial deals will be signed during the visit.

    Up to $20 billion worth of projects with Chinese help have been completed in Pakistan. Work on projects of $14 billion is continuing at present, while projects of another $20 billion are expected to be signed between the two sides.

    Chinese prime minister will also address the joint session of the parliament which will be followed by his interaction with media personnel.

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    china pakistan trade is 3+ bn dollar in which 3bn dollar is in china favour ..Latest news is that china is targeting Baluchistan gold mine and they are pressurizing pakistan for that.
     
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    pakistan is selling is balouchistan to china so that USA and her allies can't break balouchictan and merge with afganistan. USA needs to take action fast
     
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    1. Two JF-17 Thunders will escort China PM Wen Jiabao's plane.
    2. PM, his whole cabinet, all services chief will receive him.
    3. 21 Gun Salute will welcome him.
    4. PM to request China to make Gwador Port operational.




    I am surprised that Pakis did not laid themselves down for welcoming chinese premier. :emot15:
     
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    21 gun salute-isn't it given to people who are dead.....guess Wen is gonna die soon.....
     
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    Dog wagging it's tail coz' it's Mastor has arrived! Woof! Woof!
     
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    You seem to be doing justice to your Avatar. This is actually very true you are saying. The Pakistanis want to isolate so called "Indian Activity" and US' plan to somehow sow seeds of uprising in Baluchistan, So Pakistan is handing over this region to their masters. Don't think this will go well with the US having their firm eyes on it.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    China will assure Pakistan that they will defeat India with and to the last Pakistani!
     
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    Wen Jiabao under pressure to okay another PoK project during Pak tour


    BEIJING: Chinese premier Wen Jiabao will have to make an important call concerning China's relationship with India as he goes about meeting Pakistani leaders in Islamabad on Saturday. Islamabad is expected to offer the proposed $1.1 billion Kohala hydro power project in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir to a Chinese company.

    Wen will have to decide if he wants to stroke India's worries by accepting the offer, which would make infrastructure a major point of conflict involving the three countries. The Kohala project, located in Muzaffarabad district of the disputed PoK, will be discussed during Wen's visit to Islamabad, the Associated Press of Pakistan reported on Friday.

    China recently sent a delegation of journalists from the State-run media to PoK, who met its prime minister Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan. Khan discussed several projects including a proposed 700 km long highway in the hope that Beijing would extend financial and construction support. Thanking China for the development of the region, he listed other projects in the pipeline like a tourist tunnel, cable car and helicopter services in the Neelum valley.

    India has earlier expressed its unhappiness over Beijing's move to support the Kohala project in the disputed area. The latest move will cause a lot of heart burning in New Delhi, which has been disturbed by the construction of the Mangla dam in PoK by China International and Electric Co. Two other Chinese companies, China Gezhuba Water and Power Company and China machinery Export Corporation, are executing the Neelum Jhelum Hydropower Project, which is in the vicinity of Muzaffarabad in PoK.

    The Chinese foreign ministry has all along said that the country's relationship with Pakistan has nothing to do with its dealings with India. But the People's Daily, the official organ of the Communist Party of China, carried an article for a senior official saying that the two issues were indeed inter-related.

    Discussing the challenges in the China-India relationship, Hu Shisheng, deputy director of the State-run Institute of South Asia Studies said: "These issues are rather tough, including the Sino-Indian border issue, the issues regarding China-India-Pakistan ties and on the Kashmir and the trans-border water issue, and the Tibet issue, etc."

    It would not be possible to resolve the differences between China and India overnight, but the "leaders of the two countries will gradually amass consensus, dilute difference and ultimately find a solution," he said.


    Read more: Wen Jiabao under pressure to okay another PoK project during Pak tour - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ak-tour/articleshow/7118962.cms#ixzz18OTzcR25
     
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    Will this save Baluchistan, not really. USA has not pursued this avenue actively when they do bye bye Baluchistan
     
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    Pak, China agree to step up ties; sign MoUs worth USD 1O bln


    Pakistan and China on Friday agreed to further strengthen their deep-rooted strategic relationship by enhancing cooperation in fields like energy, technology and infrastructure even as they signed 13 pacts and MoUs worth over 10 billion dollars.

    The agreement to boost the "all weather" relationship between the two countries was reached during one-to-one and delegation-level talks between Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and his visiting Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao.

    China wants to deepen its strategic partnership with Pakistan in view of "complex and fluid international and regional circumstances", Wen said, as he began a landmark three-day visit to the country.
     

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