China to increase nuclear cooperation with Pakistan

China to increase nuclear cooperation with Pakistan

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Beijing: China has announced its full support for Pakistan’s latest operation against the remnants of terrorist groups in the country.

According to an official of the Chinese National Energy Administration (NEA) China will strengthen its nuclear cooperation with Pakistan. On the other hand the spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry Gang Shwang said during a press conference that Pakistan has done tremendous work while fighting terrorism and it will succeed in winning the war against terrorism.

He further said that we are aware of the recent wave of terrorism in the country, the spokesperson also expressed China’s condolences to the families of the victims.

According to the state media China is planning to strengthen its nuclear cooperation with Pakistan and other countries to overcome the power shortage. A senior official of the Chinese National Energy Administration has said that currently China has the capacity to produce 9.9 Gigawatts of energy and this year it is going to build 8 new reactors.

Han Shiao, the chief information officer of China Energy Net Consulting Company has said that it will take at least 10 years to ad 8 new power plants.

On the other China has said that strategic dialogues with India are also very important and that both countries have come close to a far reaching agreement, however, dispute remain over issues like Nuclear Suppliers Group.

The spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry King Shang said during a media briefing that bilateral dialogues between the two countries are going in a positive direction, strategic dialogues took place in a friendly environment. Both China and India agreed to improve the relationship between the countries.

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