BEIJING: The Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr Nawaz Sharif has met his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang today and 10 pacts have been signed between both the countries, China and Pakistan. Nawaz Sharif has said that the visit will help improve the overall condition of electricity shortage in Pakistan. The work left due to sit-ins in Islamabad will be revived. According to details, the premier Nawaz Sharif yesterday went to China on official visit. He met his Chinese counterpart today where both of them signed 21 agreements and Memorandum of understandings (MoUs) concerning economic and technical assistance.
These pacts include generating solar energy in Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park, Bahawalpur, generating 1 thousand and 320 megawatt electricity by coal in Sahiwal, generating 100 megawatt wind energy in Jhimpir. After signing the agreements, the premier Nawaz Sharif talked to the media and said that his visit to China would help dealing with the shortage of electricity and Pakistan would be prospered after overcoming the electricity crises, adding that economic corridor plan would change the fate of the region.
Nawaz Sharif said that the agreements signed with China would provide career opportunities in Pakistan and the unemployment would be removed whereas poverty and deprivation from the country would be obliterated. The premier further said that in the way Chinese leadership expressed zeal and fervor, it would result positively.