Pakistan’s bilateral commerce with China, according to Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, would expand to new heights.
He claimed in an interview with Xinhua conducted in Davos, Switzerland, on the fringes of the World Economic Forum, that cooperation in the fight against climate change and investments in renewable energy between the two nations are expected to help the bilateral trade relationship with China grow even further.
Our relationship, according to the foreign minister, is built on mutual respect, trust, and understanding. On matters of fundamental interest, both nations support one another.
He claimed that China and Pakistan both support regional peace and stability and have the same aspirations for the growth and prosperity of their own countries.
The foreign minister noted that China and Pakistan have a complex relationship today. Strong strategic and defense cooperation exists between us. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is boosting our economic and commercial relations and ushering them into a new stage. We have strong ties between our financial, investment, and industrial sectors.
According to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, there are close ties between our people that have been fostered by artists, academia, the scientific community, and the media. China has emerged as the top study-abroad destination for Pakistani students.