PESHAWAR: Mr. Mahmood Khan, Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan has said, the people of the area will shortly start receiving benefits of China Pakistan Economic Corridor.  “I believe, with the completion of all the subsidiary projects of CPEC, a new era of development and progress will usher in the near future” he said.  While talking to the head of Peshawar based China Window, Amjad Aziz Malik, the Chief Minister said, he has already instructed the concerned circles to expedite pace of work on the Rashakai Economic Zone project.  “I am going to inaugurate the project shortly, Mr. Mahmood Khan said.  Similar is the situation in respect of all the related projects being implemented in the province as offshoots of CPEC, he added. Mr. Amjad Aziz Malik also presented the annual report of China Window to the chief minister on the occasion.

Highlighting the importance of Pak-China Friendship, Mr. Mahmood Khan said, the People’s Republic of China have always helped us as the nation in every hour of difficulty.   In wake of Corona Pandemic too, he added, not only the government but the people of People’s Republic of China have also found rushing to help our needy people and the institutions.  The provision of treatment kits, accessories and equipment to augment the health system in Pakistan very recently is the one such example, he remarked.  All this, he added, are the praiseworthy developments which reflects the magnitude and depth of the friendship between both the friendly nations.  With the passage of time, he said, the exemplary friendship will be further strengthened.

The Chief Minister also appreciated the establishment of China Window in Peshawar and said, the cultural centre is expected to be a source of up-dating the local people on pace of progress on CPEC as well besides contributing its role towards development of cultural relationship between the respective people.  He also accepted an invitation to visit China Window and desired to convey sincere wishes to Mr. Yao Jang, Ambassador of China in Pakistan.

Earlier while formally inviting the Chief Minister of the province to visit China Window, Mr. Amjad Aziz Malik informed him that over the past fifteen month, almost more than 15,000 people have visited the cultural centre to up-dating their knowledge on developments taking place towards various fields of life in People’s Republic of China.  There exists a number of galleries and sections in the China Window which offer a lot of information to the visitors in the field of their interests; the culture, tourism, literature in particular.  He also informed the Chief Minister that a library, theatre and a China language learning class room is also developed within the premises of the cultural centre.

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