China welcomes Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan

Published: 03rd November 2018 12:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd November 2018 12:47 AM  

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with visiting Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in Beijing on Friday. (Photo | AP)
The bilateral ties always stay vigorous and continue developing regardless of the changes in international situations or the two countries' domestic affairs, Mr Xi said. (Photo | AP)
Mr Xi hailed the Pakistan PM for reiterating that he would always promote the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). (Photo | AP)
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Xi Jinping also expressed support for Pakistan's new government in implementing its policies and promoting national development. (Photo | AP)
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The Pakistani side is willing to reinforce communication and coordination in multilateral affairs with China, Imran Khan confirmed. (Photo | AP)
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Pakistan is expected to receive USD 6 billion economic package from China during the visit, Geo TV quoted sources as saying. (Photo | AP)
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