ISLAMABAD- The Embassy building of the People’s Republic of China Islamabad was officially inaugurated here as an opening ceremony was held here. As China’s largest overseas embassy, it is a symbol of friendship between China and Pakistan, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Friday in Pakistan, where he spoke of the two countries’ ‘all-weather’ friendship
The New Embassy building has been inaugurated at a time when Chinese nation is just a couple of days away from. celebrating its Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival ( similar to Pakistan’s Edi-ul-Fitr Festival). The Ne Chinese embassy, that is China’s largest ever diplomatic Mission building in the world, is also the most beautiful and most advanced as well spacious building of Islamabad, beating rest of the embassies’ building with a very wide margin in Diplomatic Enclave. The new building where offers added services to visitors, seeking visas and other information, there is also reflects very strongly the tremendous advancement of China in the direction of architecture, construction and technology as well as IT.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s two-day visit to Pakistan is seen as a preparation for the upcoming visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping, according to reports.
“Wang Yi said President Xi Jinping will make a state visit to Pakistan at the earliest possible date this year,” a statement posted on the Foreign Ministry’s website said.
“This will be President Xi’s first visit to Pakistan as head of state,” Wang said.
Xi was scheduled to go to Pakistan last September, but the trip was postponed due to domestic situation in Pakistan.
Since taking office in 2013, Xi has pushed the idea of a Silk Road Economic Belt that would connect China to South Asia and Central Asia with roads, railways, ports and airports and Pakistan has emerged as a major country ob this Belt with already having a very important component of the mega project in shape of Pak-China Economic Corridor.
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The 68th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China.
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