China's vice premier to arrive in Islamabad today

Patrice Gainsbourg
Agosto 13, 2017

Wang Yang, the vice-premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, will attend the Independence Day flag hoisting ceremony in Islamabad on Monday, says a press release from the Chinese Embassy said.

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang is undertaking the visit (from Aug 13-14) on the directions of President Xi Jinping as a special gesture to participate in the 70th Independence Day Celebrations. Geng did not give the details of Wang's Nepal visit.

His visit on this important milestone for Pakistan is a reflection of the all-weather strategic cooperative partnership between Pakistan and China, the statement added. India has protested the move, saying China was unilaterally changing the status quo at the trijunction with Bhutan.

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The vice-PM will lead a high-powered delegation and is expected to meet President Mamnoon Hussain and Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi during the visit.

Yang will also participate the inauguration ceremony of China-PakistanEconomic Corridor (CPEC) projects and witness the signing of bilateral agreements between the two countries.

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