ISLAMABAD: A 20-member delegation of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government left for China for a seven-day visit on the invitation of Communist Party of China on Monday.
Arshad Daad, PTI’s central secretary general, is said to be leading the delegation.
Both PTI and the Communist Party of China will hold rounds of bilateral meetings during the seven-day visit.
The visiting delegation will be part of the briefings held on China’s political history and inter-departmental arrangements.
China’s success in the eradication of poverty and corruption will be reviewed by the delegation.
A conference for delegates from several other countries will also be arranged, during which Daad will deliver a keynote address.