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|Wednesday, May 09, 2001, updated at 08:16(GMT+8)|
Premier Zhu's Visit to Pakistan to Strengthen Partnership: SpokesmanChinese Premier Zhu Rongji will arrive in Islamabad on May 11 to begin a 4-day visit to Pakistan, which will provide an opportunity to the two sides to discuss the strengthening of partnership during the 21st century, Pakistani Foreign Office Spokesman Riaz Muhammad Khan in a press briefing Tuesday.
The spokesman said that during Zhu's visit "discussions between the two sides will cover bilateral relations and cooperation in the political, economic, commercial and other fields as well as an exchange of views on regional and global issues of mutual interest."
This year Pakistan and China are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic relations.
During the past 50 years, the two countries have developed a " comprehensive partnership in all fields which is not only of benefit to the two countries but is also in the interest of peace and stability of South Asia and the wider Asia-Pacific region," Riaz Muhammad Khan said.
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