Pakistan PM Imran Khan meets China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing for bilateral talks
Visiting Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday met Chinese President Xi Jinping for bilateral talks. The meeting took place at the Great Hall of the People
Visiting Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday met Chinese President Xi Jinping for bilateral talks.
The meeting took place at the Great Hall of the People. Khan was received by Xi upon arrival at the venue, reports The News International.
The two countries are expected to sign the Free Trade Agreement after the bilateral talks which are focused on the next stage of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Khan is on a four-day visit to China to attend the 2nd Belt and Road Forum where he made two separate addresses.
On Sunday, he is also scheduled to meet officials of the KCIO telecom company and attend a lunch by the Pakistan-China Trade Investment Forum being held in his honour, reports Samaa TV.
He will also visit the headquarters of automobile companies and visit the Pakistani stall at a cultural exhibition being held in Chinese capital. He will leave for Pakistan on Sunday night.
On Saturday, Khan held talks with Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan.