Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing says the visit of President Xi Jinping to Pakistan rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Talking to media in Rawalpindi, he said both governments are working to finalize the new date of the visit, which would be announced soon.
The Ambassador said President Xi Jinping would visit Pakistan on the invitation of Prime Minister Imran Khan, which he extended during his visit to China.
He said the two countries are aware of the dangers to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and they would together overcome these dangers.
He said we will not allow the enemies to succeed in their nefarious designs and the CPEC projects will continue on both sides despite the challenge of COVID-19.
The envoy hoped that the bilateral partnership between the two friendly countries would further strengthen in the future as the Chinese business community also wanted to invest in Pakistan’s agriculture sector along with other fields.
He said the two countries were aware of the dangers to the economic corridor, and they would together overcome them.
Earlier Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Yao Jing said that Pakistan as a nation has the resilience and strength to overcome all the difficulties and problems.
He expressed the confidence that Pakistan will finally emerge as a stronger nation after overcoming all the challenges including the Covid-19.
The Chinese envoy said the efforts of the Pakistani government and agencies have led to the improvement of the Coronavirus situation in the country.