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Pak-China Relations

  • Date Submitted: 10/07/2012 12:18 AM
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Honourable President of the Peking University, Respected Faculty Members,
Dear students, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am so pleased to visit Peking University.
This University is one of the oldest and finest in the world. Of
course, besides academic excellence, this University has a beautiful campus.
Educational institutions are the real strength of any country, any nation. Professors, scholars, researchers and students of this University have contributed in a big way to expanding the horizons of knowledge. This University has produced many distinguished leaders. Its graduates have worked towards making of China’s economic miracle. The veritable renaissance of the Chinese civilization in all its splendour that we witness today could be attributed to the fine work of this great institution.
Pakistan values the contribution that this University has made towards promoting China-Pakistan friendship. Graduates from the Urdu Department of this University are a real asset. I had the privilege of meeting some of those young men and women, who are serving in various capacities in Pakistan and speak Urdu fluently. We are also privileged to have a Pakistan Study Centre at this University. I would like to compliment Professor Tang Mengsheng, Director of the Centre for his personal interest and solid contribution to promoting greater contacts and collaboration between Pakistan and China. My visit to this University is also to express our thanks to all of you for the contribution that you continue to make to strengthen China-Pakistan friendship. We are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between our two countries. Special events are being organized both in Pakistan and China throughout this year, which we have declared as the Friendship Year. The friendship theme runs through the discourse in Pakistan-China relations in all domains. From the leadership level to the ordinary...


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