Pakistan and China agree to work together for national security

BEIJING: Pakistan and China have agreed to cooperate for barrier and local security. Afterward, at a joint discussion with media, Pakistani Foreign Minister said the two nations concurred that arrangement of the Afghan issue must be an on a very basic level political arrangement and that there is no military answer for the contention.

Alluding to the US policy on Afghanistan and South Asia, Khawaja Asif said peace and solidness in Afghanistan stays basic for peace and security in the district. He said it is our firm view that emphasis should be on politically-arranged settlement of the Afghan clash.

He said China is assuming a useful part in such manner and together Pakistan and China can add to a political arrangement of Afghan issue.

The Minister said Pakistan and China have close counter terrorism collaboration and Pakistan shares Beijing’s solid position on three evils terrorism, radicalism, and rebellion.

He said Pakistan’s thorough and hard and fast law-implementation activities under Zarb-e-Azb and Raddul Fasaad against all terrorism bunches including ETIM have yielded positive outcomes. He offered Pakistan’s thanks to China for unfazed bolster in counter-terrorism endeavors.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Pakistan and China stand together in the changing local and worldwide situation. He said peace in Afghanistan is to the greatest advantage of Pakistan, China, and the whole district. He said China would coordinate with Pakistan in protection and local dependability.

He said the primary trilateral meeting between Pakistan, China and Afghanistan will be held in China before the finish of this current year to enveloping key correspondence, security exchange, and useful collaboration.

Asif reached Beijing on Friday, on the welcome of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. He is there for discussions on respective relations and territorial improvements, in the background of the better US approach for Afghanistan.

As indicated by an announcement issued by Pakistan’s Foreign Office on Wednesday, the pastor has left to beijing on the primary leg of his visit to the local nations to collect help for Pakistan in the wake of the US technique declared by President Donald Trump a month ago.