PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has hoped people will soon start reaping the benefits of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
“I believe a new era of development and progress will usher in the near future with the completion of all the subsidiary projects of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor,” he said. Giving an audience to China Window head, Amjad Aziz Malik, the chief minister said he has already instructed the relevant circles to expedite the pace of work on the Rashakai Economic Zone project.
“I am going to inaugurate the project shortly, Mahmood Khan said. Similar is the situation in respect of all the related projects being implemented in the province as offshoots of China Pakistan Economic Corridor, he added.
The annual report of China Window was presented to the chief minister on the occasion. Highlighting the importance of Pak-China Friendship, the chief minister Khan said the People’s Republic of China has always helped us as the nation in every hour of difficulty.
In the wake of coronavirus pandemic too, he added, not only the government but the people of the People’s Republic of China rushed to help our people and the institutions to extend help. “The provision of treatment kits, accessories, and equipment to augment the health system in Pakistan very recently is the one such example”, he explained.
The chief minister lauded the establishment of China Window in Peshawar. He said China Window is expected to be a source of up-dating the local people on the pace of progress on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor as well as contributing its role towards the development of the cultural relationships between the respective people.