Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz Friday said the successful visit to Pakistan by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao would impart a new impetus to economic and political relations to the mutual benefit of both countries.
Aziz Friday called on Musharraf at his Camp Office in Rawalpindi, the twin city of Islamabad, the local news agency News Network International reported here.
They said the treaty of friendship and cooperation as well as the agreements reached between the two countries would not only institutionalize the multi-faceted cooperation but also set a new pace for future relations, the report said.
The president and the prime minister expressed satisfaction over the successful holding of the Asian Cooperation Dialogue in Islamabad and said it would help evolve a concrete strategy for cooperation to the common benefit of all nations of Asia, it said.
The two leaders also discussed President Musharraf's upcoming visit to India in the context of peace moves and commencement of Muzaffarabad-Srinagar bus service, the report said.