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China's Support Helps Imran Khan Strut Back To Pakistan

The categorical Chinese support to Pakistan comes days before the crucial plenary session of FATF.

China's Support Helps Imran Khan Strut Back To Pakistan
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China's Support Helps Imran Khan Strut Back To Pakistan
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2019-10-11T20:35:10+05:30

In a concession to its “iron friend” Pakistan, China has thrown a much-needed diplomatic lifeline to Imran Khan that could help him ­rebound from a series of recent setbacks at the international stage.

Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasised their rapport during a meeting with the visiting Pakistani prime minister in Beijing on October 8. “No matter how the international and ­regional situation changes, the friendship ­between China and Pakistan has ­always been unbreakable and rock solid; our relationship has always maintained vitality,” he declared.

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