Pakistan to benefit from China’s experience to alleviate poverty: Leader of the House Senator Shahzad Waseem
ISLAMABAD – The leader of the House in the Senate Dr Shahzad Waseem on Tuesday said that Pakistan would benefit from China’s experience to alleviate poverty in the country.
In a meeting with Chinese ambassador Nong Rong here, Senator Dr Waseem said the strategy and tactics of the brotherly country China in overcoming poverty were very commendable.
He said that economic cooperation between the two countries could be further enhanced and improved. He said, “China’s investment in Pakistan will lead to development and prosperity.”
The Leader of the House congratulated the Chinese leadership, government and people on 70th anniversary of Pak-China diplomatic relations. “People of Pakistan are proud of Pak-China time-tested friendship which has proven its worth in worst of times,” he added.
Dr Shahzad Waseem said that both the countries supported each other on core issues at different international forums. “Pakistan has always maintained a relationship of love and friendship with China,” he said adding that Pak-China relations were perfect example of successful strategic partnership for mutual benefit.
The Chinese ambassador said that together with Pakistan, they would bring development and prosperity in both countries. “CPEC will turn out to be the real engine of growth for Pakistani economy and will be a driving force behind development of the country.”
Dr Shahzad Waseem thanked China for its help to Pakistan during COVID-19 pandemic. Timely supply of corona vaccines by China had saved thousands of precious lives, he said.