20-member federal delegation leaves for China

Will review China's success in eradication of poverty and corruption

Sohail Chaudhry November 19, 2018
Arshad Daad. PHOTO: PTI

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.

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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.

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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.


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