Sino-Pak military relationship should be taken to new heights to deal with risks and challenges: Gen V
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Beijing, December 2: Chinese Defense Minister General Wei Feng on Tuesday called for closer military ties between the two countries to be 'elevated' to deal with the 'risks and challenges' facing China and Pakistan simultaneously.
V held talks with Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Islamabad on Monday and signed a memorandum of understanding to further deepen defense cooperation between the two allies.
According to the release of China's Defense Ministry, Wei said, 'To tackle the various risks and challenges of the two countries and to provide strong security to the sovereignty and security interests of our countries, let us take military relations to a new height. should go.'
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China is a major defense supplier of Pakistan.
According to the statement, General V also met President of Pakistan Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan.
According to PLA Daily, Alvi said, 'We hope that the two countries will further strengthen the construction of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and cooperation in the field of defense and security'. It is very important that shows the support of Chinese government and military towards Pakistan.