The city Beijing was angry with India since last year as there were launching of Agni V earned huge limelight. Now there is some plans to build ballistic, cruise, anti-aircraft and anti-ship missiles with “all-weather friend” Pakistan, China’s state-run as per the media reports.
Now there is a news making headlines that the 2 countries will also jointly mass produce FC-1 Xiaolong, a lightweight and multi-role combat aircraft. The report is actually published in a media portal Global Times the Chinese Communist Party’s news outlet. Actually, the 2 countries will be joining to strengthen anti-terrorism cooperation and strike terrorist forces including China’s insurgent East Turkestan Islamic Movement.
These were the result of yesterday’s meeting in Beijing between Pakistan’s army chief Qamar Bajwa with the top Chinese military official, Fang Fenghui. In exchange for Beijing’s largesse, Islamabad agreed to make sure that there will be the safety of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)+.
“Pakistan and China enjoy a special friendly relationship with each other and have a common destiny,” Bajwa reportedly said to different media, as per a statement comes from the website of China’s defence ministry.
Pakistan has deployed more than 15,000 troops to protect CPEC+ and the navy system of the country also raised a security contingent to protect the Gwadar Port, said Masood Khalid, Pakistan’s Ambassador to China, at a news conference on Tuesday, according to Global Times. The Port is a key CPEC project.
“As Pakistan faces frequent threats from terrorist forces such as the Taliban and al-Qaeda, military support is necessary to ensure a safe environment for the regions where there is huge investment from China”, and this sentence stated by Song Zhongping, a military expert who has served in the Chinese army, as per the media portal Global Times.
Pakistan’s Bajwa is as per report says that the country’s army is willing to “deepen the cooperation with the Chinese army and fully support the Quadrilateral Cooperation and Coordination Mechanism in Counter Terrorism by Afghanistan-China-Pakistan-Tajikistan Armed Forces”.
Article Source: Times Of India