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Wang Yi on third China-Pakistan Foreign Ministers’ Strategic Dialogue


Chengdu: 25 July 2021 (TDI):  On Saturday, the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attended the third Round of China-Pakistan Foreign Ministers’ Strategic Dialogues with Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, in Chengdu. During the meeting, the two sides conversed about increasing bilateral collaboration in the fields of strategic, economic, and security cooperation, the COVID-19 pandemic, the Dasu incident, the Kashmir dispute, and also the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan.

Speaking on the occasion FM Wang Yi noted that China and Pakistan are celebrating 70 years of diplomatic relations this year and mentioned that the essence of iron brother relations between the two must be unquestioningly kept. Talking in relevance to the outbreak of the pandemic, Wang Yi reaffirmed that China will continue to support Pakistan in its fight against the pandemic and will continue the vaccine supply to Pakistan. He also noted that the two sides fully keep their stance of opposing any sort of politicization of the coronavirus outbreak.

The progress on CPEC was also highlighted in the discussion where FM Wang Yi stated that China and Pakistan will continue their collaborative construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC) in order to boost the development of the Gwadar Port and Industrial Park. Wang Yi also stated that both states will enhance global and regional coordination, promote multilateralism, and jointly oppose hegemony and unilateralism.

The recent Dasu incident was also discussed where FM Wang Yi said that the two states should cooperate very closely so that assailants can be brought to justice and similar crimes can be prevented in the future. Along with this FM, Wang also acknowledged the efforts of the Pakistani side is investigating the matter and in the treatment and enhancement of victims.


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