- FM-98 Dosti Channel transmission: Dr Firdous for expansion from Gwadar to Gilgit-Baltistan
FM-98 Dosti Channel Transmission: Dr Firdous For Expansion From Gwadar To Gilgit-Baltistan
Muhammad Irfan 25 days ago Sat 21st September 2019 | 12:04 AM
Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan Friday said the transmission of FM-98 Dosti Channel would be expanded from Gwadar to Gilgit-Baltistan
Addressing the ceremony in connection with '70th Year Anniversary of Republic of China' organized by the FM-98 Dosti Channel here, she said this transmission was playing a pivotal role in bridging gap between the people of two countries.
She said our partnership was based on strong geostrategic facts and approaches and was getting stronger in multiple dimensions with the passage of each day.
Leaderships of both the countries always strive to further consolidate these relations and achieve reciprocal benefits, she added.
She said China-Pakistan Economic Corridor had become the hallmark of these fraternal relations. She said both the countries also had shared-objectives to eradicate terrorism and make the region peaceful to ensure economic stability and prosperity of their people. China has overwhelmingly supported Pakistan's stance over recent oppressive measures taken by the New Delhi in violation of fundamental rights of the people of occupied Kashmir, trampling down international laws, UN Charter, principles of the partition of united India, and the Indian constitution itself, she said.
She said China had supported Pakistan's stance in this connection at all international fora. On the occasion, Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Yao Jing said today China was considered world's second largest economy and it had proved its mettle across the globe by working hard and dedication.
He said the cordial relations between the two countries entered into new era after the launch of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project.
China had always taken concrete steps towards progress and prosperity of the neighboring countries, he added.