Prime Minister Of Pakistan Imran Khan met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Friday while on his first official visit to China, Radio Pakistan reported.
In the meeting between Prime Minister Of Pakistan Imran Khan and Chinese President Xi Jinping, the premier told the Xi Jinping about Pakistan’s “very difficult” economic situation, Reuters reported.
Prime Minister Of Pakistan Imran Khan also said”My party has only been in power for two months. Unfortunately we have inherited a very difficult economic situation.
he also said to the Chinese President Xi Jinping, our country is going through a low point at the moment with two very big deficits, a fiscal deficit and a current account deficit. And so we, as I’ve said, have come to learn.
The Prime Minister Of Pakistan Imran Khan described Xi as a role model owing to his vision and leadership. “Our country is very impressed the way China has progressed. China’s phenomenal achievements are worth emulating. No other country has tackled poverty and corruption the way China has tackled it,” he said.
Prime Minister Imran Khan arrives at Great Hall of the People for meeting with President Xi Jinping.وزیر اعظم عمران خان اور چینی صدر کے کے ساتھ ملاقات گریٹ ہال میں شروع.پاک چین اقتصادی راھداری سمیت مشترکہ دلچسپی کے امور پر تبادلہ خیال کیا جائے گا – وزیر خارجہ مخدوم شاہ محمود قریشی اور وزیر خزانہ اسد عمر بھی وزیر اعظم کے ہمراہ ہیں#PMIK#PMIKinChina
Geplaatst door Imran Khan (official) op Vrijdag 2 november 2018
Prime Minister Of Pakistan Imran Khan also said” Pakistan wants to learn from China’s experience in poverty alleviation and curbing corruption.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, while welcoming the prime minister, said that Pak-China relations have already been strengthening, and have now gained momentum.
“The relationship has not only benefited the two countries but also the region,”Chinese President Xi Jinping said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping told Prime Minister Of Pakistan Imran Khan that he valued both countries’ relations, and reaffirmed their “all-weather” friendship.
“I attach great importance to China-Pakistan relations and am willing to work together with the prime minister to strengthen the China-Pakistan all-weather strategic partnership and build a new era of China-Pakistan destiny,” Xi said.
Prime Minister Of Pakistan Imran Khan extended an invitation to President Xi Jinping to visit Pakistan.