Sino-Pak ties will not be held hostage by terrorists, says Rashid


China’s Ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong and diplomatic workers referred to as on Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid and mentioned the general regional scenario, apart from bilateral ties, on Sunday.

During the dialogue, Rashid noticed that Pakistan won’t let bilateral cooperation between Pakistan and China and progress turn into hostage by the hands of terrorists.

The minister noticed that the area had gained extra particular significance than earlier than. He emphasised that lasting stability in Afghanistan was crucial for the area’s progress and the world’s safety.

The minister additional said that Pakistan will proceed to play its function for peace and a secure authorities within the neighbouring nation.

The inside ministry, he maintained, has been offering full help to these evacuating Afghanistan.

Speaking of safety for Chinese nationals in wake of the latest incidents, Rashid mentioned, “We will further improve security for the Chinese citizens and [staff of] Chinese companies operating in Pakistan.”

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“We are devising a joint strategy for the protection of the Chinese citizens,” he added.

Speaking on the event, Nong Rong noticed that the Chinese corporations had been engaged on varied tasks in Pakistan.

He requested for making the safety protocols for the residents and the businesses extra stringent.

A day earlier, the Chinese embassy strongly condemned Friday’s suicide assault on a motorcade of Chinese personnel within the port metropolis of Gwadar and demanded of the Pakistani authorities to conduct a radical investigation and “severely punish the perpetrators”.

The embassy assertion urged the authorities in any respect ranges to take efficient measures to strengthen the safety of the Chinese residents in Pakistan and improve safety cooperation mechanism to forestall a repeated incidence of such incidents.

On Friday, a suicide bomber focused a motorcade carrying Chinese personnel on the Gwadar East Bay Expressway venture in Balochistan, killing two native youngsters and injuring a number of others. At least one Chinese nationwide was among the many injured, the embassy mentioned.

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