Chinese Ambassador calls on CM Balochistan

QUETTA, Nov 7 (APP): A seven-member Chinese delegation, led
by Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, Sun Weidong visited CM Secretariat
and held a meeting with Chief Minister, Dr. Abdul Malik and his team
to discuss matters in connection with Chinese projects in Balochistan.
Balochistan Chief Minister, Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch told Chinese
delegates that law and order situation has improved at satisfactory
level in Balochistan and invited Chinese companies to invest in
different sectors in the province including mines and minerals,
agriculture, livestock and fisheries.
He said: “Law and order situation has improved to satisfactory
level. We invite Chinese investors to invest in different sectors
in Balochistan including mines and minerals, natural resources,
agriculture, livestock, fisheries and others.”
He said that execution of Pak-China Economic Corridor project
would bring progress and prosperity for the entire region, especially
for Balochistan.
“Pak-China Economic Corridor will put positive economic and
financial affects on the region and the Balochistan would be
major beneficiary of it,” he said.
Chief Secretary Balochistan, Saifullah Chhatha gave briefing
to the Chinese delegation on different ongoing and proposed
projects pertaining to Pak-China Economic Corridor and Gwadar
Deep Sea Port.
The Chinese Ambassador said his meetings in Balochistan with
the government authorities, leaders of political parties and
business community were part of efforts being put to further
strengthen Pak-China Friendship and to get consensus on Pak-China
joint economic projects.
He said that Chinese engineers and technical teams have been
working on the project to expanding Gwadar Deep Sea Port.
The others who attended the meeting among them were Home
Minister Balochistan, Mir Sarfaraz Bugti, other Provincial
Ministers, Nawab Mohammad Khan Shahwani, Mir Mujib-ur-Rehman
Mohammad Hasni, Advisor to Chief Minister, Haji Mohammad Khan
Lehri and senior officials.

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