China & Pak­istan sat­is­fied with re­sults of Khan's visit

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Chi­nese FM spokesper­son Hua Chun­y­ing tells press brief­ing

BEI­JING: China on Thurs­day said Prime Min­is­ter Im­ran Khan's visit to Bei­jing re­mained suc­cess­ful.

Speak­ing at a press brief­ing, Chi­nese For­eign Min­istry spokesper­son Hua Chun­y­ing said: "Both China and Pak­istan are sat­is­fied with the out­comes of Prime Min­is­ter Im­ran Khan's visit."

She said the two sides agreed to make con­certed ef­forts to im­ple­ment all con­sen­sus reached by the lead­ers of the two coun­tries and el­e­vate the China-Pak­istan all-weather strate­gic co­op­er­a­tive part­ner­ship to a new height.

The spokesper­son said the two sides is­sued a joint com­mu­nique which elab­o­rated on the spe­cific out­comes of this visit, adding that the out­comes can be summed up as fol­lows:

"First, this visit deep­ened the friend­ship be­tween the lead­ers from the two coun­tries. This visit is Prime Min­is­ter Im­ran Khan's first of­fi­cial visit to China af­ter he as­sumed of­fice, which fully tes­ti­fies to the

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