Pakistan shows full confidence in Sino-Pak cooperative education programmes

By Zafar Hussain | Gwadar Pro Feb 20, 2023

BEIJING, Feb 20 (Gwadar Pro) - Pakistan shows full confidence in China-Pakistan cooperative education programmes at the 23rd China's Annual Conference & Expo for International Education held in Beijing. It is the largest international education expo in Asia and one of the largest in the world.

Pakistan's Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque participated in China-Pakistan Seminar on "Internet + International Education and Industry Education Integration” where he is optimistic about Sino-Pak education cooperation, particularly in I.T, vocational and technical education.

"China is the major destination for Pakistani students. We are working with China to make Pakistan a hub of industrialisation which would help Pakistani youngsters  improving their skills", he mentioned.

He further said that this model promotes educational exchanges between China and Pakistan, and accelerates the cultivation of urgently needed talents for international production capacity cooperation.

"Pakistan, as an iron brother, and China's all-weather strategic partner, would like to further deepen education, and industrial cooperation with China to add a new dimension to our historical ties, and to help meet the shared goals of progress and prosperity. I'm confident that this conference and China Pakistan industrial academic integration alliance would provide the right platform in realising this shape, and noble goals", the ambassador added.

Ghulam Qadir Commercial Counsellor at Pakistan's Embassy Beijing, China, told Gwadar Pro that Pakistan that the seminar will be opportunities for networking and culture exchange among students, parents, counselors and educators.

"Pakistan is enhancing education cooperation with China, particularly in the field of industrialisation and China have an enormous supply-chain system which would help to organise our industry", he told Gwadar Pro.

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