Saturday, 17 November, 2018

MD PTV removed after typo during PM Imran’s China speech

Pakistan's Imran Khan caught in 'begging' broadcast error in China MD PTV Sacked over 20 Seconds Mistake
Deanna Wagner | 09 November, 2018, 12:49

During the live broadcast of Prime Minister Imran Khan's speech at the Central Party School of the ruling Communist Party of China, the channel put up the dateline as "Begging" instead of "Beijing".

"Both the countries have agreed to finalise a Free Trade Agreement before June 2019, said Dawood, adding that the next round of talks would be held in Beijing".

"Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit was very successful as it immediately provided very good opening in shape of the $1 billion facility", said Dawood, adding that Chinese Premier Li Keqiang had assured that if the facility was fully utilised by Pakistan, the facility would be raised to $2 billion in 2019.

Hua Chunying said the two sides agreed that we should further strengthen the China-Pakistan all-weather strategic cooperative partnership and forge a closer China-Pakistan community with a shared future in the new era.

The two sides believe that China-Pakistan relations have experienced the test of time and environmental changes at home and overseas and are constantly moving forward. "A relationship that has been operating at a high level and we have been offering our assistance to Pakistan in the best of our capacity".

The two sides also held discussions on immediate market access for Pakistan's exports as well as the balance of payments support.

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Before his visit to China, Umar had said that at present Pakistan faced a total of $27 billion deficit which included $9 billion debt repayment this year.

Hua said that China was satisfied with Khan's visit during which the two countries agreed to deepen their ties and to complete the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) with a stronger commitment.

Some of his ministers too sounded critical of it.

During Khan's visit to China, Pakistan media reported that Beijing had agreed to provide $6 billion in aid to the cash-strapped country which included a loan of $1.5 billion along with an additional package of $3 billion for the CPEC.

The ministry announced that Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to China is a success and the two sides made remarkable achievements. "We believe our ties withstood the test of times in domestic and worldwide changes", she said.