Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif praised China for its financial support and assistance to Pakistan. He highlighted this support during a ceremony in Islamabad for the signing of an agreement between the two countries for a nuclear power project. Pakistan has been negotiating with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the release of $1.1 billion, but the process has been delayed. The premier mentioned that $2.3 billion in Chinese loans will be rolled over before the end of the fiscal year. He emphasized the strong friendship and cooperation between China and Pakistan, with investments totaling $4.8 billion. Shehbaz Sharif expressed gratitude to China for its outstanding financial support, describing it as a friend in need. He also mentioned the support received from other countries like Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar. The prime minister recognized the efforts of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and his team. He added that China had also renewed commercial and sovereign loans in recent months, reflecting the strong friendship between the two nations.
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