PM Imran Khan Highlights Pakistan’s export potential at China Import Expo Shanghai

Prime Minister Imran Khan who is on a five-day visit to China addressed at China’s first import Expo which held in Shanghai this year. Imran Khan highlighted Pakistan’s export potential and applauded the multi-billion dollar project CPEC stating that Pakistan China Economic corridor was a vital link for both the countries to access the Middle East and central Asian countries.

Imran Khan showed his gratitude towards President of China Xi Jing Ping and the Chinese Government at their hospitality and open-heartedness for Pakistan.

Imran Khan mentioned that Pak-China relationship not merely limited to government-to-government but people-to-people as well. Both the countries place great regards for the people and we have seen here how the Chinese people and Government welcomed with open arms.

Addressing first China’s Import expo at the national exhibition and conventional center Shanghai Imran Khan mentioned that Pakistan was the leading exporter of Medical instruments, Sports goods, and IT products.

Imran Khan emphasized the vision of his Government and he vowed to bring changes what promised in the manifesto. Imran Khan addressed that PTI led government is leaving no stone unturned to make the system transparent and tackle the corruptions in Pakistan.

“Pakistan is blessed with 12 kinds of weather, 100 million human resources under 35, and other minerals but we are leg behind from other prosperous nation just because of the corruptions and lack of transparency,” Imran Khan said.

He said that PTI led government had initiated deep reforms to bring change in institutions and control the corruptions and bring accountability.

PM Imran Khan also lauded the role of the Chinese government to steer their people from poverty and to make them one of the great nation of the world.

Earlier President Xi Jing Ping Welcomed Imran Khan and other prominent leaders which were attending the very first import Expo conference in Shanghai on Chinese Government invitation.


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