Rawalpindi, 1 August 2022 (TDI): On the occasion of the 95th anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China, the Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, Nong Rong, shared a special message.

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The Ambassador started his message by saying, “I am the Chinese ambassador to Pakistan on the occasion of 95th anniversary of the establishment of PLA.”

He expressed gratitude to the Army and the Army Chief for organizing the event and hope for brighter future military ties between the two countries. “I would like to express my special thanks to general Bajwa to have this event.

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I wish the military-to-military relationship between China and Pakistan have a brighter future.”

Lastly, the Ambassador said, “Cheen-Pak dosti Zindabad,” an Urdu phrase meaning long live China-Pakistan friendship.

The message was shared in a ceremony hosted by the Pakistan Army Chief to celebrate the 95th Anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Peoples’ Liberation Army (PLA) at GHQ in Rawalpindi on Monday.

In his remarks, the Chinese ambassador to Pakistan thanked the Army Chief for organizing the event on the eve of the PLA’s anniversary. He said Pakistan and China are strategic allies, all-weather allies, and iron brothers.

According to the Chinese ambassador, the recent China-Pakistan Joint Committee of Cooperation conference established a significant platform for military cooperation that will be useful for the two nations’ military-to-military relations.

China-Pakistan military ties:

The development of bilateral relations between China and Pakistan has been significantly influenced by the military-to-military ties that have long served as the floor of the friendship between China and Pakistan.

In areas including high-level meetings, joint training and exercises, anti-epidemic cooperation, and equipment technology, the two armies have produced productive outcomes, continuously enhancing the meaning of bilateral strategic cooperation.

In March, China’s Ministry of National Defense spokesperson, Colonel Wu Qian, said that the Chinese and Pakistani military are prepared to take their practical collaboration in several areas to a new level and give their all-weather strategic cooperative relationship a new push.