The government has announced that Pakistan and China will jointly send a satellite into space in 2018. This satellite will be sent under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) program. In future, Pakistan and China will collaborate in almost all kind of space technologies.
Pakistan and China are the best friends and the government of both the countries will work together for the welfare of both states. China is helping Pakistan in not only the space technologies but also in many other projects like energy, transportation, car manufacturing etc. According to our sources, most of the energy projects under the CPEC program will be completed by 2018.
China is investing in Pakistan for the construction of the express highway as well. The express highway will be connected to the National Highway. China supports the Belt and Road Initiative and construction of transport infrastructure, so as to promote regional connectivity and economic development.
Moreover, some 20 Chinese engineers recently arrived Pakistan for creating a pattern of a railway track. The length of this track will be 1872 kilometers, and it will connect Karachi, Peshawar, and Havelian. The engineers will collaborate with the team of Project Implantation Unit (PIU) to complete the railway track design by December 2016.
On the other hand, the construction of an international airport is underway in the port city of Gwadar, located in the province of Baluchistan. The world’s largest passenger airline A-380 will be able to land at this $260 million airport. China is granting the entire money as this project is a part of CPEC program.
While talking to the CPEC conference, the prime minister Nawaz Sharif said that we should wait for the fruits of CPEC program.
He said that Pakistan has supported China at every international forum. China has not left Pakistan alone in the times of economic crises. The Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, Sun Weidong is a good friend of Pakistan. The on-going projects in the country will introduce a new era that will end the poverty.
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