Pak youths need to learn from China’s secret of success: Masood Khan

Ambassador Masood Khan has said that it was imperative for the youth of Pakistan to learn the secret of China’s success and try to implement it in Pakistan to make their country strong and prosperous. He was addressing a reception welcoming the 100-member delegation comprising young men and women from all provinces as well as Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan at the Pakistan’s Embassy Sunday.

Ambassador Khan said that the programme for exchange of youth delegations from both the countries was announced in 2006 during Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to Pakistan.

He further said that the sapling of the strong friendship between Pakistan and China was planted by our forefathers 60 years ago and it was nurtured with the passage of time till it became a full grown tree today.

Now, he said, it is the responsibility of the youth of the two countries to further strengthen this bond of friendship and take it to new heights.

“These relations are higher than mountains, deeper than oceans, sweeter than honey and stronger than steel,” he said while tracing the history of Pakistan-China friendship.

He said the youth delegation will meet Chinese leadership and people representing various walks of life. This would enable them to learn from their own experience as to what made China the second economy in the shortest period of time.

Earlier, Joint Secretary of Economic Affairs Division of Pakistan, Mohammad Asif in his remarks thanked Ambassador Masood Khan for inviting the delegation to Pakistan Embassy and said that every effort has been made to ensure merit-based representation of all parts of Pakistan in the delegation.

Besides Beijing, the delegation which is visiting China at the invitation of All China Youth Federation, would also travel to Jiangxi, Guangdong and Hong Kong.

via Associated Press Of Pakistan ( Pakistan’s Premier NEWS Agency ) – Pak youths need to learn from China’s secret of success: Masood Khan.

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