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President to visit Pak soon after situation normalises: China

08 September, 2014

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ISLAMABAD: A senior official of the Chinese embassy on Sunday expressed confidence that the new schedule of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit would be decided as soon as the political situation in Pakistan returns to normal.

"Both Chinese and Pakistan official are consulting with each other so that the visit can take place at an early date. New date of the visit of Chinese president will not be too far," he told newspersons during a briefing held here.

Terming the current political situation in Pakistan as internal matter of Pakistani people, he said, "We are confident the Pakistani people have the capacity to resolve their political issues amicably." He said that politics is an internal matter of Pakistan and no foreign country is entitled to interfere in it.

The official dispelled the impression and speculations that the postponement of Chinese president's visit to Pakistan could affect Pak-China historical ties in any manner whatsoever. He categorically stated that all those projects agreed between the two countries will carry on and will be implemented in a letter and spirit, adding that the postponement of the visit will have no negative impact on the Sino-Pak deep-rooted and time-tested relationship.

The official said, "How can postponement of a single visit between the two countries affect their decades' old historical strategic partnership." He said the number of top-level visits took place between the two countries in the recent years were unprecedented and especially mentioned visits of President Mamnoon Hussain and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to China and the Chinese premier's visit to Pakistan during last 15 months.

The official said his country is actively engaged in finding way out to carry on all those projects which are to be signed during President Xi's scheduled visit to Pakistan. "Lets foil those attempts which are aimed at harming our relationship by taking excuse of the postponed visit."

A senior official of the Chinese embassy brushed aside the impression and speculations that the postponement of Chinese President's visit to Pakistan could affect Pak-China historical ties in any manner whatsoever. In an informal chat with newsmen on Sunday, he categorically stated that all those projects agreed between the two countries will be pushed forward and implemented in a letter and spirit. The visit will have no negative impact on the their deep-rooted and time-tested relationship, he added.

"How can postponement of a single visit between the two countries could affect their decades' old historical strategic partnership", he said, adding the number of top-level visits took place between the two countries in the recent years were unprecedented.

The official said they are actively engaged in finding way out to carry on all those projects which are to be signed during the President Xi Jingping scheduled visit to Pakistan. He said, lets work together to foil those attempts which aimed at harming our relationship, by taking excuse of the postponed visit.

The diplomatic channels and officials of the two countries had done a lot of preparation for the positive and concrete outcome of the visit. However, the expected fruits and outcome will be achieved, in spite of its postponement.

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