China will Work With Pakistan To Enhance Security Cooperation, Says Mao Ning

Mon May 27 2024
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BEIJING: China will continue to collaborate with Pakistan to enhance security cooperation and ensure safety and security of Chinese personnel, projects and installations in Pakistan, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning said on Monday.

Pakistani authorities held a Press conference on Sunday and issued investigation results of the terrorist attack on the vehicle carrying Chinese personnel at the Dasu hydropower project.

Responding to a question, Mao Ning said, “We attach great significance to the important press conference held by Pakistan.” The spokesperson emphasized that China will support Pakistan over the matter.

Mao Ning described terrorism as a common enemy of humanity and a threat to regional development and stability. The spokesperson called on countries in the region to strengthen counter-terrorism cooperation, eradicate terrorist organizations, eliminate their support networks, and protect the development interests of all nations.

Earlier, Pakistan’s Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi and Counter Terrorism Chief Rao Tahir announced the arrest of 11 militants linked to the deadly suicide bombing in March, which resulted in the deaths of five Chinese engineers in Pakistan’s north, near the Afghan border.

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