President Zardari to leave for China today

President Asif Ali Zardari will leave for an official six-day visit to China today.

July 06, 2010

ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari will leave for an official six-day visit to China today.

The president is scheduled to hold talks with top Chinese leadership including President Hu Jintao and Prime Minister Wen Jiabao during his visit.
The president will also meet Chairman of the Chinese Peoples Consultative Conference (CPPCC), Jia Qinglin, receive the Chinese Ministers for Water Resources and Agriculture and visit Tsinghuan University to inaugurate an exhibition on Mohenjodaro Gandhara civilization.

During the visit, President Zardari will also address the Pakistan-China Economic Cooperation Forum and hold discussions with the corporate leaders of energy, construction, mining, petroleum, engineering, shipping, finance and banking sectors and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industries.

The forthcoming visit will be his fifth visit to China since he became president.


Syed A. Mateen | 11 years ago | Reply KESC should be handed over to People's Republic of China. I am confident that China can provide uninterrepted electricity to Karachiittes and at the same time reduced the electricity tariff by one-fourth. I have heard that Chinese Government is producing cheapest and uninterrupted electricity in the world. China being a close friend of Pakistan can also produce cheapest electricity in Karachi as well.
Zab786 | 11 years ago | Reply Well this is might be a meaningful visit in China there is no doubt about it that Pakistan peoples party build a friendship bridge between Pakistan and China,i couldn't understand that why Pakistan is looking for every thing America instead of our best friend China we proud Pak China friendship.
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