China told Pakistan, give an atmosphere of ‘Dhaga’ to our citizens who live here

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China has asked Pakistan to provide an enabling environment for thousands of Chinese citizens.

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  • The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is an important part of China’s ambitious BRI.
  • Thousands of Chinese citizens are working in Pakistan in the schemes that it operates under CPEC.
  • Chinese investors have expressed concerns many times about the slow pace of plans being carried out in Pakistan.

Beijing: China has asked its close ally Pakistan to provide an enabling environment for thousands of Chinese citizens working on CPEC projects. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an important part of the ambitious China Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Through this, there is a plan to connect the Chinese province of Xinjiang with the port of Gwadar in Pakistan. Thousands of Chinese citizens are working on Pakistani territory in various schemes operated under CPEC, and they have to face many challenges, including terrorism in this country.

Chinese investors have expressed concern many times.

Chinese investors have expressed concern many times over the slow pace of these ongoing plans in Pakistan. On this issue, Pakistani officials held a meeting with Chinese companies on Monday and briefed them on investment opportunities. When asked about this, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told a press conference in Beijing: “We hope that Pakistan will provide more favorable conditions and facilitate business for Chinese companies operating there.” However, he did not say anything in detail about it.

There have been many attacks on Chinese employees.
Let us tell you that China has also been raising its voice regarding the safety of its citizens present in Pakistan. There have been several attacks on Chinese employees in recent months, in which many people have also lost their lives. In recent months, there has been an increase in terrorist attacks in Balochistan and Karachi against Chinese citizens working for CPEC projects and private companies. Last July, at least 13 people, including nine Chinese nationals, were killed in a terrorist attack in the restless Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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