Sino-Pak media to unite to project development of CPEC: Wang Wenbin

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Wednesday that Chinese and Pakistani media could jointly project cooperation between the two countries through factual reporting and counter false information by exposing lies aimed at bringing more great contribution to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). ) development, socio-economic growth and interpersonal exchanges.

We hope that the media of China and Pakistan can play the role of a link, tell the story of cooperation between the two countries and fight false information so that they can make greater contributions to the development of CPEC, the socio-economic development and to the people. to the exchange of people,” he said during his regular briefing held here at the International Press Center (IPC).

He said the 7th CPEC Media Forum was jointly organized by the Chinese Embassy in Islamabad, the Pakistan-China Institute and China Economic Net (CEN), both offline and online.
The forum brought together nearly 200 people, including senior officials from both sides, diplomatic envoys, media and think tanks on the theme of enhancing the role of new media to showcase CPEC.

The representatives shared their views on the Global Development Initiative (GDI), media promotion, the Belt and Road Initiative and the development of CPEC and a fair and objective report of CPEC, he said. he adds.

Wang Wenbin said that during the forum, there was an inauguration ceremony for CPEC’s storytelling books and an award ceremony for relevant media.

Jointly organized by the Chinese Embassy, ​​Pakistan China Institute and China Economic Net and after seven years of development, the CPEC Media Forum has become an indispensable exchange platform for Chinese and Pakistani media with the greatest influence and achievements. the most remarkable.

The Chinese side was represented by Pang Chunxue, Chargé d’Affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan, Zhao Zizhong, Vice President of Economic Daily, Tian Yuhong, Executive Secretary of the All-China Association of Journalists, Yang Jianduo, President of All Pakistan Chinese Enterprises. Association, Yang Xun, former Chief Reporter in Pakistan, People’s Daily International News Department, Li Yue, Vice Chairman and Board Member of China Economic Information Service, and Wang Qianting, Deputy Director, Urdu Service, China Media Group.

While speakers from the Pakistani side included Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed, Chairman of the Pakistan-China Institute, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Raja Pervez Ashraf, Speaker of the National Assembly, Moin ul Haque, Ambassador of Pakistan in China, Liaqat Ali Shah, Executive Director, Center of Excellence on CPEC, Ambreen Shah, VP Legal, Corporate Affairs, China Power Hub Generation Company, Najma Minhas, Editor-in-Chief, Global Village Space, Mustafa Hyder Sayed, Director Executive, Pakistan-China Institute, Hameed Haroon, Chief Managing Director, Dawn Media Group, and Nasim Zehra, Eminent Analyst and Senior Presenter, Channel 24 News HD.

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