Beijing (Web Desk): Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing and discussed bilateral ties and regional situation.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister thanked the Chinese President and the government for its principled stand on Kashmir issue, the Radio Pakistan reported.
The PM particularly mentioned Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's stand on Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly.
The prime minister also briefed the Chinese president about Pakistan's present situation and said the country has come out of the difficult economic situation and will never forget China's financial cooperation in this regard.
Imran Khan said China has never asked anything for its support against our national interest and helped us without any condition.
He said that China provided Pakistan an opportunity to come out of very difficult economic situation and appreciated the Chinese support under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor framework.
The Prime Minister congratulated president Xi on the 70th anniversary of founding of People's republic of China.
The Chinese President lauded Prime Minister Imran Khan for speaking on China-Pakistan relations during UN General Assembly's session. He said both enjoyed close friendly relations and cooperated each other in different fields.