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Pakistan will work with China to safeguard the common interests: PAF chief

Pakistan will work with China

Pakistan will work with China to safeguard the common interests, said PAF chief during Beijing visit. 

Air Chief Marshal Mujahid said that Pakistan is willing to further deepen pragmatic exchanges and cooperation with China in the military field. 

PAF chief Mujahid Anwar Khan said this, while talking to Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister General Wei Fenghe.

Pakistan will work with China

He further expressed Pakistan’s willing to work together with China to safeguard the common interests.

According to Chinese media reports, Wei said that China and Pakistan are unique all-weather strategic cooperative partners.

Moreover, he underlined military-to-military relations between China and Pakistan as an important pillar of bilateral relations.

China remains hopeful

Wei expressed hope that the two sides will work together to implement the important consensus which the leaders of the two countries reached.

Furthermore, he referred to the bilateral leaders level consensus to further strengthen high-level exchanges and strategic communication.

Meanwhile, he mentioned bilateral consensus to enrich and expand practical cooperation, enhance the capacity to deal with various security risks and challenges, so as to contribute to building a closer community of shared future for China and Pakistan in the new era.

Pakistan government media also reported that meeting prominently.

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