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|Wang Yu, Consul General in Karachi, paid a farewell call on political leaders and people from all walks of life in the consular district|
| In mid-to-late September, Wang Yu, Consul General in Karachi, paid farewell visits to Governor of Sindh Province Imran, Chief Minister Murad, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Interior Qazi, Director of Police Imam, and Chief Commissioner of Customs Karachi Bout; Call farewell to high-level politicians in Balochistan; talk farewell to members of the Karachi Media Editors Club; bid farewell to the Chamber of Commerce of Karachi Chinese Enterprises and the Overseas Chinese Federation. The Chief Minister led the main cabinet members, and the Chief of Police led the main senior police officers to see Consul General Wang farewell. Deputy Consul General Chen Xiaodong participated in relevant activities.
Farewell Call on Chief Minister of Sindh Province
The Chief Minister of Sindh presented a commemorative plaque to Consul General Wang
The Chief Minister of Sindh Province held a farewell ceremony for Consul General Wang
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Consul General Wang said that the three years of working experience in Karachi was very fruitful and unforgettable. He developed deep feelings for Pakistan and formed brotherly and sincere friendship with the party, government, military, business, academic media and other circles in the consular district. Friendly exchanges and cooperation in various fields. The first is to focus on the implementation of the consensus reached by President Xi Jinping and the leaders of Pakistan. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project in the consular district has achieved fruitful results. Many modern power stations on the barren land have been successfully connected to the grid for power generation, alleviating the bottleneck of Pakistan’s power shortage; highways connecting key cities The smooth opening to traffic has opened up the north-south traffic artery; Gwadar Port has realized regular liner calls, new airports, new highways, new power stations, etc. have all started construction, and the pearl on the Indian Ocean is slowly rising. The second is to strengthen cooperation with Pakistan in combating terrorism and protecting the safety of Chinese personnel and institutions, and help Pakistan train police officers and improve the equipment level of law enforcement agencies. The third is to promote the building of a China-Pakistan community with a shared future, with fruitful results in practical cooperation in the fields of economy, trade, education, culture, medical care, and health. The fourth is to interact frequently with the media, actively publicize the huge results brought by the achievements of the Corridor to Pakistan’s economic development and improvement of people’s livelihood, and vigorously promote China’s achievements, foreign policies and positions. Consul General Wang said that no matter where he is in the future, he will always keep this work experience in his heart.
Farewell Call on Chief Secretary of Sindh Province
Farewell Call on Sindh Provincial Police Commissioner
Sindh Provincial Police Commissioner farewells Consul General Wang
People from all walks of life in Pakistan thanked Consul General Wang for his sincere friendship and his efforts to promote practical cooperation between the two sides during his tenure. Everyone praised that under the wise leadership of President Xi Jinping, China has achieved remarkable results in comprehensively deepening reforms, and its achievements in development and construction have attracted worldwide attention. The Pakistani people are proud of China’s development. At the same time, China is still the most reliable friend of Pakistan, insisting on fairness and justice in Pakistan’s most difficult time, speaking out and making important contributions to maintaining regional peace and stability. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor will more closely link the fate and interests of the two countries. The “Belt and Road” will benefit global development and stability. The Pakistani government, various political parties, and people from all walks of life firmly support, resolutely protect, and persist in deepening. I hope to continue to learn from China’s experience in governing the country, strengthen cooperation between the two sides in industries, law enforcement, education, poverty reduction, etc., and continuously improve the living standards of the people in the consular district. I sincerely congratulate the 70th anniversary of the founding of New China and wish the Chinese nation an early realization of the Chinese dream of great rejuvenation.
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The Ministry of Education of Basindh Province received a loan of 2 billion rupees from the World Bank for the renovation of school buildings
Economic and Commercial Office of the Consulate General in Karachi2016-02-26 12:18:00
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According to a report by Pakistan’s “News” on February 25, on Wednesday, the Ministry of Education of Basind Province received a loan of 2 billion rupees from the World Bank, which was mainly used for infrastructure renovation and upgrading of 10,000 schools in the province. More than 3,000 schools have been selected so far, and 1,600 of them will be remodeled by the end of June this year. The transformation mainly focuses on two aspects. One is the upgrade of security and defense. According to the security provisions of Pakistan’s latest national action plan, all schools should build walls to avoid the recurrence of attacks on schools such as Peshawar and Charsadda University. The second is to upgrade living facilities, including building toilets and drinking water facilities. Pechuho, secretary of the Ministry of Education of Sindh Province, said that the school renovation and upgrading plan in Sindh Province has been introduced, including 6 aspects, with a total amount of about 10 billion rupees, mainly including: 24 basic education projects, totaling 768 million rupees; 7 teacher training projects, totaling 1.52 billion rupees 3 Sindh education fund projects, totaling 512 million rupees; 66 high school education projects, totaling 4.6 billion rupees; 54 higher education projects, totaling 2.37 billion rupees; other projects totaling 1.5 billion rupees. Sixteen of these are expected to be completed by June this year. Basindh Chief Minister Ali Shah has asked the Education Minister to ensure the smooth completion of various projects.