RAWALPINDI: According to a news source, Pakistan and China have vowed to continue cooperating more closely to face any challenges together.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong visited Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Rawalpindi on Sunday.
Further, the foreign minister inquired after the wellbeing of Chinese nationals injured in the Dasu incident and wished them a speedy recovery and assured them of all-out support and medical care.
Ambassador Nong Rong said that China and Pakistan will continue to cooperate more closely to face any challenges together.
Furthermore, earlier on arrival, Major General Muhammad Aleem, Commandant CMH, apprised visiting dignitaries about medical care being provided to the injured.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said that the Chinese company has restored the employment contract of Pakistani personnel working on the Dasu Hydropower Project.
In a statement, he said China Gezhouba Group Corporation through its latest notification has declared its earlier notice about contract termination of employment of Pakistani personnel working on Dasu Hydropower Project null and void.
The spokesman said that both Pakistan and China remain committed to the timely completion of the Dasu Hydropower Project and other projects being undertaken with Chinese cooperation.
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