Wuhan, 3 November 2021 (TDI): China and Pakistan have established a sister-province relationship between Sindh and Hubei. This development between the two provinces materialized after signing an agreement in a meeting in Wuhan, China.
The purpose of establishing a sister-province relationship is to integrate cooperation in a multitude of fields. Education, science and technology, technical and vocational training are some of the realms where cooperation would integrate. This development will also possibly forge a people-to-people connection between the two provinces.
Pakistan’s Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque attended the meeting and expressed regards to the Governor of Hubei, Wang Zhonglin for his massive support for the Pakistan-China friendship. Governor of Hubei, Wang Zhonglin reciprocated the kind regards by terming the Pakistan-China friendship as “ironclad”.
Both sides expressed their hopes for a better future. They hoped that the cooperation in the fields of Education, science and technology, technical and vocational training would reap positive outcomes.
The two countries enjoy close relations and help each other whenever need arises. Currently, China is investing in Pakistan in one of its biggest projects known as China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). CPEC’s mission is to connect Pakistani port with the Chinese city Kashgar. This project will establish roads, railways, industries, and will help Pakistan to create employment opportunities.