Pakistan and China have model ties to other countries – Minister – Ball News

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan and China have excellent relations, which is an example for other countries, a senior government official said.

Asked at his office by the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Pakistan, Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research Syed Fakhar Imam said Pakistan and China should improve relations with the agro-economy.

The two officials agreed to explore and enhance their relationship in the future in the following areas: Production of agricultural inputs, in particular pesticides, fertilizers, machinery and support services, agricultural education and research; Regional agricultural infrastructure through CPEC; Crop farming, animal husbandry, forestry and food development, and water and fisheries in the regions through CPEC, General Agricultural Capacity Development, Agricultural Land Conservation Institute and Agricultural Commodity Exchange.

The two sides will work together in forestry, horticulture, fisheries and veterinary medicine and vaccinations, as well as in the production of fruits and vegetables.

According to the imam, trade between the two countries could reach new heights if Pakistan improves its exports of fruits, vegetables and rice to China.

He said Pakistan has huge export potential for fruits and vegetables such as mangoes, citrus fruits, apples, cherries, etc. and that trade between the two countries could increase significantly.

According to the Minister, Prime Minister Imran Khan has focused on high technology, construction and agricultural sectors.

He said the technology exchange between China and Pakistan could boost the country’s agricultural sector.

The two leaders agreed to sign two memoranda of understanding to increase onion exports to China and to promote revolutionary Chinese junkua technology.

Chinese Ambassador to Junoo said the technology will enable farmers to grow a variety of edible mushrooms without cutting down trees and harming the environment.

It can be used to fight desertification, produce food, biogas and reduce soil erosion, he said, adding that the farmer can generate income within 7 to 10 days of planting the mushroom substrate.

He said one hectare of land produces 300 tons of fresh grass / year, which can grow 120 tons of fresh mushrooms or feed 300 goats.

It will also alleviate the shortage of fodder during the winter, and 13 centers have been set up worldwide, the next of which will be in Pakistan.

The ambassador also said that three levels of exchanges should be introduced: from government to government, from trade to trade and research to research.

He said the Beijing-based Parsi and Agricultural Research Institute should take the lead in research-based technology transfer, noting that Pakistan’s agricultural production is about half that of China and that recent technological advances in agriculture could boost the agricultural economy. Pakistan.

According to Rong, agricultural bilateral trade has great potential for trade between the two countries.

The two dignitaries agreed to increase technology exchange and exchange in the agricultural sector. He said cooperation between countries at all levels must increase if the world is to move towards sustainable and environmentally friendly development.

The two leaders agreed to sign additional memorandums of understanding to boost trade between the two countries.

The meeting was also attended by senior officials of the ministry.

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