China decides to open visa office in Peshawar

PESHAWAR – China decided to open a visa office in Peshawar to further strengthen its economic ties with Pakistan.

Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Ya Ojing spoke to the media during a visit to China Windows in Peshawar Thursday morning.

Yao Jing said CPEC's first small economic zone in Lasha Kai this year will help fight poverty. The Chinese ambassador answered the question that Kashmir is an international dispute, and that unilateral measures to change special status can not be tolerated.

He emphasized the need to resolve the Kashmir conflict through peaceful dialogue to maintain regional peace and stability. The Ambassador briefly explained the various galleries of the Cultural Center, including the Literature and Photo Gallery, CPEC and Park Chai Friendship.

In addition to hospitality, Yao Jing welcomed the Pakistani people's kind attitude toward China. Meanwhile, China's top diplomat urged Governor Khar Farman Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to discuss investment opportunities between Pakistan's various sectors and the two countries at the meeting.

At the event, the Governor designated China as Pakistan's friendliest and friendliest country and provided investment proposals and support for the olive field and fruit production sector of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa tribal region.

He told the Chinese ambassador that the land in the tribe was very suitable for olive and fruit production. He said that with the help of Chinese investors and experts, barren land in tribal areas can also be cultivated.

Shah Farman was also interested in the upcoming Pakistani exhibition, especially the “KP mineral based road show” in China, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa said that mineral reserves are abundant and the reactions suitable for mineral products can be obtained at Chinese mineral based road shows.

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