China will export technology for high-speed trains that can reach speeds of 160 kilometers per hour to Pakistan. It will be loaded and shipped on November 3rd.
The report said, adding that it was China’s first export of the technology. China and Pakistan should build economic corridors more effectively and speed up infrastructure construction at Gwadar port, state media reported.
They agreed to strengthen the strategic partnership between the two countries, including the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).The two leaders met at the Great Hall of the People in China and discussed a wide range of economic and investment cooperation, as well as exchanging views on regional and global development.
The need to further promote an “all-weather strategic cooperative partnership” between the two countries. Prime Minister Shebaz is expected to have a busy day in Beijing today. He will meet Premier Li Keqiang and is likely to meet with Chinese investors and Pakistani businessmen.
For a two-day official visit to meet with Chinese leaders to review an “all-weather strategic cooperative partnership” and discuss regional and global developments.
Upon arriving at Beijing airport, Chinese officials warmly welcomed the prime minister, who will lead a senior contingent.The premier is one of the first leaders to visit China following the historic 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).