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Pakistan, China sign executive programme of cultural agreement

Pakistan, China sign executive programme of cultural agreement

Agreement to promote cultural exchanges and determination of Belt and Road Initiative

Pakistan and China have signed Executive Programme of Cultural Agreement for further consolidating cultural relations and promoting people-to-people contacts between the two states.

According to the agreement, Pakistan and China would mutually cooperate to develop and promote Film and Broadcasting, Arts and Culture, Information and Investigation, Press and Publications and Sports sectors of the two nations.

Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage, Marriyum Aurangzeb and Chinese Minister of Culture Luo Shugang signed the agreement on behalf of their respective countries.

Marriyum Aurangzeb said the relations between the iron brothers and strategic partners were deeper than oceans and higher than mountains, based on mutual trust and respect.

She further said the relations between the iron brothers and strategic partners were deeper than oceans and higher than mountains and were based on mutual trust and respect.

According to the agreement more than 5,000 businessmen and representatives of different countries participated in the Gwadar investment Expo which was a big success for the country.

The two countries would also ensure mutual exchange of information according to which Radio Pakistan and Radio China International would broadcast news and expressed the confidence that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would take the bilateral relations between the two Countries to new heights.

Marriyum said that people of both countries wanted to enhance the cultural collaboration and added that President Xi Jinping’s vision of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was a historic milestone not only for the countries along the belt and road but also the region and beyond.

According to experts both the Countries shared progressive relations and would enrich cultural relationship in future and CPEC as the flagship project of BRI was not only a corridor for economic and trade activity but it also was a conduit to enhance cultural exchanges between the two brotherly Countries.

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