Chinese government to establish 19 factories in Gwadar to create job opportunities for the youth
China seeks to contribute to the overall development of Baluchistan’s mining, agriculture, fisheries and water sectors- Yao Jing
- Yao Jing refuted all the propaganda related to china’s lack of interest in progress in Balochistan.
- “China will invest in the expansion of the Zhob-D.I. Khan highway considered vital for CPEC”- Yao Jing
Chinese ambassador to Pakistan, Mr. Yao Jing on Friday endorsed the significance of Balochistan for the region’s economic expansion saying the Chinese Government is going to start 19 factories in Gwadar, which gear up employment facilities for regional youth.
“China seeks to contribute to the overall development of Balochistan’s mining, agriculture, fisheries and water sectors. The Chinese consulate is easing the visa procedure for the businessman community,” said Yao Jing.
MRDL Saindak Company Chairman Ro Ping, Mines, and Minerals Secretary Ghulam Ali Baloch and MRDL Senior Vice President Humayun Mehmood assisted the Chinese ambassador.
“Up to 200 Pakistani students are studying in China on scholarships,” said the Chinese envoy.
Furthermore, Yao Jing refuted all the propaganda related to china’s lack of interest in progress in Balochistan. He further added that the Pakistani government should address the problems of some essential areas, which were creating barriers in the completion of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
“CPEC would change the economic fortune of not only Balochistan but also Afghanistan and other Central Asian countries and all projects would go through Pakistan,” he said.
He further focused on the expansion and affluence of Balochistan adding provincial fisheries, agriculture, and mineral, had room for development. This expanson would result in termination of poverty from Balochistan.
“Chinese companies are working to strengthen the provincial irrigation sector while 50 vocational centers are being established for enhancing skills of the young generation of the province,” he said.
Responding to a query concerning scholarships for Balochistan’s students Mr.Yao Jing emphasized regional students to apply through Higher Education Commissions.
Sharing views on the ninth Pak-China Joint Cooperation Committee JCC the Ambassador stated positive decision has been done in the meeting to address concerns from both sides.
Moreover, “China will invest in the expansion of the Zhob-D.I. Khan highway considered vital for CPEC,” he added.