Ambassador Nong Rong, Senator Rehman Malik discuss Pakistan-China friendship
Islamabad: Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong held a marathon meeting with senior Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Senator Rehman Malik here this week.
During the meeting, the Chinese ambassador said China and Pakistan were true friends through thick and thin and have always stood beside each other in difficult times. He that Pakistan and China will continue the greater cooperation for peace and stability of the region.
He has said that the anti-lobby of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will never succeed in their ill motives.
Both of them discussed in detail the bilateral relations and resolved that the progress on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects will prove time changer for the whole region and will bring positive changes and good impact on the economy of both countries.
They expressed that CPEC is playing an exemplary role in expanding the people-to-people contact and enhancing the Sino-Pak multi-sector cooperation.
Senator Rehman Malik is a former Interior Minister and incumbent Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior.
Senator A. Rehman Malik welcomed and extended his best wishes to the envoy on assuming the charges as Ambassador of China to Pakistan.
He said the bond of friendship between China and Pakistan was very strong and will continue to become stronger by every day.
He said that Pak-China relationships will grow fast and solidified further under the leadership of new young, energetic, well-educated and experienced diplomat Nong Rong.
He thanked the top leadership of China for their continuous help and support to Pakistan in difficult times and termed China as ‘all weathers friend of Pakistan’.
He said that China stood with Pakistan during pandemic Coronavirus and extended full support to the people of Pakistan for which he and the nation is thankful to China.
Ambassador Rong Nong thanked Senator Rehman Malik who presented a set of his five books. He appreciated Senator Rehman Malik’s intellectual work. Both the leaders also exchanged presents and shields.