Prime Minister Imran Khan says provision of assistance to Afghan people is a collective responsibility of the world community.
Interacting with former diplomats and representatives of think tank in Islamabad today, he said that everyone agrees to save Afghanistan from a humanitarian crisis and if the situation worsens, the United States will also face difficulties.
Talking about his recent visit to China, he said he paid successful visit to Beijing, which carries utmost importance keeping in view rapid growing relations between the two countries.
The Prime Minister said that Chinese leadership had expressed full confidence on Pakistan’s national economy, which is moving in right direction.
Talking about Covid-19, the Prime Minister said that the government dealt with the global pandemic under well-coordinated smart lockdown strategy, which was acknowledged by global community.
Talking about national economy, he said the government is working tirelessly to increase revenue while meetings are being held regularly to create wealth creation aiming to increase national exports.
Earlier, in his welcome address, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the government is committed to complete all ongoing projects under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
He said some anti-state elements are trying to destabilize the project, but government will foil their nefarious designs.
In his remarks, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said new projects have been initiated while new transmission lines and roads have been built under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin, in his address, said that China helped Pakistan in building its damaged infrastructure, and the government will address all the issues being faced by Chinese investors in Pakistan.