Curbing energy crisis a biggest challenge, says Ibad

KARACHI: Governor Sindh Dr Ishrat-ul-Ibad Khan said on Wednesday that the interest shown by Chinese investors for taking advantage of potentiality of the province and the city was encouraging.

“Its results will help further boost relations between the two countries.”

He said this while talking to Chinese envoy, Sun Weidong, and Counsel General, Ma Ya Qu, who called on him here at Governor House.

Governor Sindh said that Pak-China friendship was time tested as it was not only between the two governments but also among the people of both countries that was why changing of governments in any country had made no difference.

He said that curbing energy crisis was the biggest challenge for Pakistan, so Chinese investors should fully invest in power sector, especially in Sindh which was emerging as energy hub.

Sun Weidong said on the occasion that China wanted Pakistan to be economically stable and play an important role in the region. He further said that to overcome economic challenges facing Pakistan, Chinese government and investors were busy investing in different sectors.

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