Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said that the country is eager to take part in the BRI summit, which will be held in China this fall.
The foreign minister expressed optimism about the ties between China and Pakistan when discussing his attendance at the next summit with the state-run China Global Television Network (CGTN).
One of its worldwide infrastructure projects is located in Pakistan. BRI is the acronym for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which links China to the Arabian Sea. China has helped Pakistan alleviate its economic problems by investing more than $60 billion so far.
Bilawal said, “Of course, we will [attend the BRI summit].” Pakistan has the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, which has advanced significantly over time.
“I am looking forward to taking part in this summit and letting the world know what we have accomplished thus far and what we hope to accomplish together in the future.”
As it has done throughout our history, I anticipate it to grow stronger with time, Bilawal remarked.