Imran Khan- Pak got a "big" aid deal from China; not to reveal amount under orders of Prez Xi

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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said his country has received a "big" package of aid from its all-weather ally, China. Khan however, said President Xi Jinping has asked him not to reveal the quantum of financial support, it added, a media report said.

Khan had met President Xi and Premier Li Keqiang, along with other Chinese leaders on his maiden visit to Beijing earlier this month, where he sought aid to overcome the financial woes faced by his cash-strapped government.

Pakistan has received a "big" package of aid from China but will not reveal it, Khan said during an interaction with journalists at the PM House, according to local media.

The prime minister said he did not want to reveal the quantum of aid from Beijing as other countries will start demanding more money from China, the report said.

Beijing has not revealed the quantum of its financial aid to Islamabad, unlike Saudi Arabia, which has announced a USD 6 billion aid package to Pakistan.

After his talks with Khan on November 3, Premier Li said China will provide the "necessary support" to Pakistan to tide over the present financial crisis.

"Concrete results of my visit are beginning to show. We are receiving all forms of aid from China and are satisfied," said the Pakistan prime minister on his recent trip to China.

"No other previous premiers' tours to China were as successful as mine was," he claimed.

Khan, whose government is currently negotiating a bailout package with the International Monetary Fund, appeared confident that Pakistan's economy will overcome the current difficulties by next year.

"The next three to six months are difficult but from next year onward our economic situation is going to improve significantly and we will be on the right track," he said.

The Pakistan government is facing grave economic challenges as it struggles to avoid a financial crisis and keep the economy afloat.

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Pak PM should write a book titled "The art of Begging".
 

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Nothing comes free.

China may park weapons in Pakistan to keep them away from international glare and to help Pakistan
By Vinod Kumar Shukla

Published: Tue, Nov 13, 2018, 12:20 [IST]



New Delhi, Nov 13: Pakistan's threat to India that it has answer for every weaponry that India has despite the fact that the country is moving towards economic bankruptcy if International Monetary Fund (IMF) does not bail it out with $6 billion loan. But it keeps on boasting that it has answer for India's INS Arihant and even soon to be acquired S 400 missile system. Is Pakistan really that capable?
Former foreign secretary Shashank told Oneindia, "See Pakistan is not an independent country. So the need is to understand it in a historical perspective that Pakistani and the then people belonging to Muslim League were hand in glob with British during the freedom movement. Now they are ready to play second fiddle to anyone willing to pay them money and armament at cheaper prize. They have done this to UK, the US, Saudi Arabia, China and now they are trying do do it with Russia."

Shashank said that Pakistan sent its former Army chief General (retd.) Raheel Sharif to head Islamic Military Alliance to Fight Terrorism's (IMCTC) first commander-in-chief. Its creation was announced by Saudi Arabian defence minister Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud on December 15, 2015. The alliance was to have a joint operations center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Most of its participants are members of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, the Islamic organisation and Pakistan is busy signing maximum agreement with Saudi Arabia to become a totally Salafi state. China is helping whatever way it is possible. China is actually producing a very good quality stuff and they will give them to Pakistan. Pakistan will allow China to use their people as virtual slaves and allow its territories to be used by China the way it was using North Korea. So they may keep their weapons in Pakistan because if it is in China, US may have an eye on them.
 

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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said his country has received a "big" package of aid from its all-weather ally, China. Khan however, said President Xi Jinping has asked him not to reveal the quantum of financial support, it added, a media report said.

Khan had met President Xi and Premier Li Keqiang, along with other Chinese leaders on his maiden visit to Beijing earlier this month, where he sought aid to overcome the financial woes faced by his cash-strapped government.

Pakistan has received a "big" package of aid from China but will not reveal it, Khan said during an interaction with journalists at the PM House, according to local media.

The prime minister said he did not want to reveal the quantum of aid from Beijing as other countries will start demanding more money from China, the report said.

Beijing has not revealed the quantum of its financial aid to Islamabad, unlike Saudi Arabia, which has announced a USD 6 billion aid package to Pakistan.

After his talks with Khan on November 3, Premier Li said China will provide the "necessary support" to Pakistan to tide over the present financial crisis.

"Concrete results of my visit are beginning to show. We are receiving all forms of aid from China and are satisfied," said the Pakistan prime minister on his recent trip to China.

"No other previous premiers' tours to China were as successful as mine was," he claimed.

Khan, whose government is currently negotiating a bailout package with the International Monetary Fund, appeared confident that Pakistan's economy will overcome the current difficulties by next year.

"The next three to six months are difficult but from next year onward our economic situation is going to improve significantly and we will be on the right track," he said.

The Pakistan government is facing grave economic challenges as it struggles to avoid a financial crisis and keep the economy afloat.

https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/wo...amount-president-xi-jinping-imran-khan-483439
There are NO freebies especially where China is concerned. Payback time is when it's going to hurt. They will most likely hand over territories in Gilgit/Baltistan or parts of Balochistan to the Chinese as they will not be able to pay back the enormous amount of loans they have taken.

The Pakis have mortgaged their future to the Chinese and will soon become its 6th Autonomous region.
 

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Pak PM should write a book titled "The art of Begging".
It should have been BEGGING IN BEIJING

Waist ek beat to Miami padegi ki porkies ki sale khood bhikmange hai but Malik ko dusre bhikari paresaan Nana Kare iski chinta hai

What a shameless and disgusting mindset the collection of which is called porkistan
 

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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said his country has received a "big" package of aid from its all-weather ally, China. Khan however, said President Xi Jinping has asked him not to reveal the quantum of financial support, it added, a media report said.

Khan had met President Xi and Premier Li Keqiang, along with other Chinese leaders on his maiden visit to Beijing earlier this month, where he sought aid to overcome the financial woes faced by his cash-strapped government.

Pakistan has received a "big" package of aid from China but will not reveal it, Khan said during an interaction with journalists at the PM House, according to local media.

The prime minister said he did not want to reveal the quantum of aid from Beijing as other countries will start demanding more money from China, the report said.

Beijing has not revealed the quantum of its financial aid to Islamabad, unlike Saudi Arabia, which has announced a USD 6 billion aid package to Pakistan.

After his talks with Khan on November 3, Premier Li said China will provide the "necessary support" to Pakistan to tide over the present financial crisis.

"Concrete results of my visit are beginning to show. We are receiving all forms of aid from China and are satisfied," said the Pakistan prime minister on his recent trip to China.

"No other previous premiers' tours to China were as successful as mine was," he claimed.

Khan, whose government is currently negotiating a bailout package with the International Monetary Fund, appeared confident that Pakistan's economy will overcome the current difficulties by next year.

"The next three to six months are difficult but from next year onward our economic situation is going to improve significantly and we will be on the right track," he said.

The Pakistan government is facing grave economic challenges as it struggles to avoid a financial crisis and keep the economy afloat.

https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/wo...amount-president-xi-jinping-imran-khan-483439


China but will not reveal it ???????????????? WHY ?
 

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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said his country has received a "big" package of aid from its all-weather ally, China. Khan however, said President Xi Jinping has asked him not to reveal the quantum of financial support, it added, a media report said.

Khan had met President Xi and Premier Li Keqiang, along with other Chinese leaders on his maiden visit to Beijing earlier this month, where he sought aid to overcome the financial woes faced by his cash-strapped government.

Pakistan has received a "big" package of aid from China but will not reveal it, Khan said during an interaction with journalists at the PM House, according to local media.

The prime minister said he did not want to reveal the quantum of aid from Beijing as other countries will start demanding more money from China, the report said.

Beijing has not revealed the quantum of its financial aid to Islamabad, unlike Saudi Arabia, which has announced a USD 6 billion aid package to Pakistan.

After his talks with Khan on November 3, Premier Li said China will provide the "necessary support" to Pakistan to tide over the present financial crisis.

"Concrete results of my visit are beginning to show. We are receiving all forms of aid from China and are satisfied," said the Pakistan prime minister on his recent trip to China.

"No other previous premiers' tours to China were as successful as mine was," he claimed.

Khan, whose government is currently negotiating a bailout package with the International Monetary Fund, appeared confident that Pakistan's economy will overcome the current difficulties by next year.

"The next three to six months are difficult but from next year onward our economic situation is going to improve significantly and we will be on the right track," he said.

The Pakistan government is facing grave economic challenges as it struggles to avoid a financial crisis and keep the economy afloat.

https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/wo...amount-president-xi-jinping-imran-khan-483439
This is what porkistan and beggar tharki Khan got from Begging (Beijing) China...:rofl::rofl::rofl:
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Actually imran Khan may have signed pre sale agreement with China. Soon you may hear porkistan bought by China for the entire debt they owe plus a few porki jarnails and tharki Khan getting villas in Europe and huge sums in swiss banks leaving rest of population at mercy of Ching chongs who will make them dance, eat porks and thrown in corrective camps like in Xinjiang....:biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:
 

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Aid don't know but Pakistan got AIDS due to china
 

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What's left for Pakistan to Sell for AID ?, it has already sold off its prime farm lands, real estate and infrastructure..
 

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What's left for Pakistan to Sell for AID ?, it has already sold off its prime farm lands, real estate and infrastructure..
300 million population and rising...................................................
 

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220 million at max or 190 or 200 million, we don't have correct figures.
Although, their population growth rate and fertility rate is double of us.

rats & cockroaches have better growth rate and fertility rate ......................... they just want to beat that

& be as unwanted in our household :rofl:
 

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