Islamabad [Pakistan], June 30 (ANI): Clarifying stand over China-Pakistan ties, Prime Minister Imran Khan has mentioned that it was very unfair of america and Western powers to drive international locations like Pakistan to take sides and downgrade their ties with China.
Imran Khan made these observations in an interview with state broadcaster China International Tv Community (CGTN) which was reported by The Information Worldwide.
“It is extremely unfair for the US and different western powers to drive international locations like us to take sides. We must always have good relations with everybody. It is not going to occur that if strain is placed on Pakistan to adjustments its relationship or downgrade its relationship with China. It will not occur,” he mentioned.
“The connection with China could be very deep. It is not a relationship between governments, its folks to folks relationship. To sum up, no matter will occur, our relationship between the 2 international locations, it doesn’t matter what strain is placed on us, isn’t going to alter,” he added.
The publication additional reported that the Prime Minister whereas answering in regards to the friendship of each the international locations within the regional context, mentioned Pakistan had at all times had a really particular relationship with China “that relationship has solely gotten stronger with time and each at all times stand collectively at worldwide boards.”He famous that there was a wierd, nice rivalry happening within the area which was public information. “You see the US being cautious of China. The way in which the US and China are one another creates issues as a result of what america is doing is it is fashioned this regional alliance referred to as the Quad, which is US, India and a few different international locations.
The US has taken sharply opposing positions towards China within the numerous points together with the hint of the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the human rights exploitations of Uyghur Muslims in China’s Xinjiang province. (ANI)