Pakistan expects to learn from China
Xu Wenguang (right), secretary of the leading Party members group of Quzhou Municipal People's Congress Standing Committee, meets Arshad Daad, secretary-general of Pakistan Movement for Justice, on Nov 25. [Photo/qz.gov.cn]
Pakistan admires the achievements China has made over the past few years and expects to learn from the country's experience, said Arshad Daad, secretary-general of the Pakistan Movement for Justice, a centrist political party in Pakistan founded in 1996, on Nov 25.
Daad made the remark at a meeting with Xu Wenguang, secretary of the CPC Quzhou Municipal Party Committee.
He added that Quzhou boasts profound historical culture and performs quite well in poverty alleviation.
The secretary-general expects to further advance exchanges with Quzhou in various fields so as to bring more benefits to the two peoples.
Xu extended a warm welcome to Arshad Daad and discussed Quzhou's basic situation, its poverty alleviation work and its participation in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
Xu said that Pakistan and Quzhou have broad space for cooperation.
He hopes both sides will expand their cooperation in trade and economy, and explore more cooperation fields in the future, such as culture, tourism and sports.
Arshad Daad also visited a local poverty-stricken village to get a more detailed understanding of Quzhou's poverty alleviation practices.