Jinping to Imran : "Hope Indo-Pak relations can improve so as to promote stabilisation"

SUKIRTI MISHRA 29/04/2019 10:51 AM

Beijing. Chinese President Xi Jinping in a meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed the desire that India and Pakistan should mend their relations to promote stabilization. As per the sources, Jinping further added that both India and Pakistan should meet each other halfway to improve bilateral ties. 

Pakistan based terror organization Jaish-e-Mohammad led a ghastly terror attack in Jammu Kashmir's Pulwama on February 14th, resulting in the martyrdom of 40 CRPF personnel. This was followed by India launching airstrikes on Pakistan's Balakot. 

According to the reports of a Chinese government official, Jinping and Imran Khan met to exchange opinions on the situation in South Asia. China said it takes Pakistan as a priority in its diplomacy and reiterated its firm support to Pakistan in “safeguarding its sovereignty and national dignity”.
The three-day Belt and Road forum that concluded on Saturday was attended by Khan. India, for the second time, gave the summit a miss in protest against the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor planned through the part of Kashmir held by Islamabad.



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