Pak-China relations steering committee meets

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Staff Reporter

The first meeting of the newly formed Pak-China Relations Steering Committee held on Friday to discuss the committee’s scope and rationale.

The committee held under the chairmanship of Federal Minister for Planning Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar, said.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had recently constituted Pak-China Relations Steering Committee to give further impetus to implementation of projects and initiatives involving Pak-China collaboration.

The establishment of this high-level forum reflects the special status of the Pak-China relationships in the PM’s vision.

The meeting went over the committee’s modus operandi and TORs in detail, and it also solicited suggestions on how to make the committee more effective and efficient in order to further deepen Pakistan-China relations.

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