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XPCC Signing Ceremony in Shanghai

November 06,2020

At the invitation of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), the Ambassador delivered a keynote speech at the XPCC investment and trade cooperation forum on the side-lines of the 3rd China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai on 6th November 2020 in Shanghai.

In his remarks, the Ambassador appreciated XPCC’s contribution to the economic and social development of China and Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR). Through these efforts, people from all walks of life and from various groups were able to enjoy peace and harmony, and play their role in the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.
The convening of the 3rd CIIE was another important milestone in China’s economic recovery following the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, and sent an unmistakeable signal of China’s continuing reform and opening up, and willingness to share the fruits of its developments with overseas partners.

Pakistan opposed interference in China’s internal affairs, including in Xinjiang, and was aware and supportive of the Xinjiang people and government’s efforts against poverty and extremism. “The right to dignity and safety is a fundamental one. We are happy to see people of all ethnic groups enjoying equal rights in Xinjiang and leading happy lives as productive members of society,” the Ambassador said.

The deep cultural linkages between the people of Xinjiang and the bordering areas of Pakistan are rooted in centuries of interaction along the ancient silk routes. Through the visionary Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the two peoples have come even closer on the road to forging a community of shared future. This enhanced connectivity – together with the second phase of the Pakistan-China Free Trade Agreement – provides an enabling environment for ever more trade and investment links.

The Ambassador praised the important work carried out by XPCC enterprises on various infrastructure projects in Pakistan.  He assured that Embassy would continue to work with XPCC on a range of proposals to deepen and expand business and commercial linkages.

At the event, the Ambassador, officials of relevant Chinese ministries and commission, representatives of relevant national business associations and entrepreneurs witnessed the signing ceremony of B2B agreements including between an enterprise from Pakistan and XPCC.
      

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