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Pakistan PM Imran Khan offers ‘role in resolving’ US, China dispute

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According to The News, Pakistan Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that Pakistan was willing to play a role in resolving the dispute between the United States and China.

According to Fawad, Khan stressed during his meetings with think tanks that the world could not afford another Cold War.

On Sunday, the Prime Minister will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping one-on-one, he said.

Fawad added that bilateral relations between the two countries would be discussed during meetings with Chinese leaders.

During Khan’s meetings with Chinese investors, he said, water projects in Karachi and Faisalabad were discussed.

“The water supply project for Karachi (K-4), Hub Canal and water treatment plant in Faisalabad came under discussion in the meetings,” Fawad said in a media talk.

In the evening, he would also meet UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, and Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang.

According to the Information Minister, Pakistani athletes are competing in the Chinese Winter Olympics for the first time.

The Chinese people greeted the Pakistani contingent warmly as it entered the stadium, demonstrating the two countries’ deep-rooted bilateral relations.

Fawad stated that Pakistan-China friendship is based on the expression of love between the two countries’ peoples, and that Chinese investors are interested in investing in Pakistan.

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