Updated on 13 July 2015
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Singapore: In a bid to promote the agricultural sector of Pakistan and to foster biotech research, Chinese officials said that the country has plans to set up a Bio Tech Research Laboratory in Pakistan under a joint venture program.
The lab would offer excellent opportunities to carry out joint study and research and also enhance maximum cooperation between scientists of both countries. On his recent visit to Multan, Chinese Ambassador Mr Sun Weidong exchanged views on strengthening friendship and bilateral cooperation between the two nations.
The Ambassador said, Chinese side would like to seek the possibility to expand the agriculture cooperation between the two countries. He reiterated China's support to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, including infrastructure construction and production capacity cooperation.
Mr Sun also said that the Chinese side will provide Chinese government scholarship for students in Multan to study in China. He is fully convinced that the deep-rooted friendship between the two countries will be passed on from generation to generation.