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Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage terms CPEC a Harbinger of Shared Economic Prosperity and Peace

February 04,2018

Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage Ms. Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that CPEC was a harbinger of shared economic prosperity and peace in the region. She said this in her meeting with Mr. Jiang Jianguo, Vice Minister of the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of CPC, and Minister of State Council Information Office (SCIO) in Beijing here today. She is on a four day visit to China on the invitation of the Chinese government. 
Welcoming the Minister of State, Mr. Jiang Jianguo said that it was a pleasure to receive her on her first official visit to China. He said that their two people and countries shared a high level of mutual trust, respect and friendship. He further said that CPEC, being flagship project of Belt and Road Initiative, was an initiative for their shared future. Minister also shared pleasant memories of his visit to Pakistan in 2017. 
Ms. Marriyum Aurangzeb thanked minister of SCIO for their warm hospitality. She termed this visit to China as a visit to her home. She said that Pakistan and China were carrying a legacy of cooperation, the foundations of which were laid by their ancestors.
She said that BRI, a vision of President Xi Jinping would change not only the destiny of people of China but world also benefit the people of the region and beyond. 
 She said that CPEC represented a great leap forward for further cementing ties between two countries. The MOS said that Pak-China relationship was perennial as it was anchored in respect and mutual progress. This relationship, she added, has been interwoven in Pakistani culture through folk lore, which  is a testament to the  tensile, enduring, unique and special relationship.
 She said that since assuming power in 2013, the PML (N) government had successfully added 11,000  MW electricity to overcome the energy crisis with the assistance of their good friend China. 






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