Prime Minister Kakar Participates in China-Pak Business Forum in Beijing


On the morning of October 17, Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar, the Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan, attended the Pakistan-China Business Forum at the Kempinski Hotel in Beijing.

During his address at the forum, Prime Minister Kakar emphasized the enduring partnership between Pakistan and China and the significant progress made over the past decade, particularly in socio-economic development, infrastructure, and technology.

As both nations commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Prime Minister Kakar noted the positive impact of their cooperation on Pakistan’s development. He highlighted that Pakistan’s society now sees cooperation as a driving force behind its progress and development, reducing doubts and misunderstandings.


Looking forward, Prime Minister Kakar stressed the importance of sustaining this progress and extending its benefits to neighboring countries, particularly Afghanistan and the broader region. Pakistan aims to create new growth opportunities that enhance the well-being of its citizens, especially farmers, and strengthen regional trade.

Both China and Pakistan are committed to expanding regional trade, seeking additional cooperation opportunities, and contributing to the prosperity of billions of people in the region. Prime Minister Kakar indicated that deeper discussions on diversification and innovation would be part of the bilateral cooperation agenda, building upon the 2020 Industrial Cooperation Framework Agreement.

He warmly welcomed Chinese companies to invest in Pakistan, underlining the country’s open attitude toward all potential partners. The forum served as a platform to foster stronger ties and explore new avenues of collaboration between Pakistan and China, reinforcing the mutual trust and shared vision that supports their partnership.

Ammara Ahmed

Ammara Ahmed

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