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Pakistani PM to Visit Chinai
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July 01, 2013 10:12 PM
Newly elected Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has picked China as his first overseas trip. That is no surprise to South Asia experts in Washington who say Pakistan has always considered China as one of its most trusted allies. Kokab Farshori looks at what this relationship means for Pakistan’s relations with Washington.

Pakistani PM to Visit China

Published July 01, 2013

Newly elected Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has picked China as his first overseas trip. That is no surprise to South Asia experts in Washington who say Pakistan has always considered China as one of its most trusted allies. Kokab Farshori looks at what this relationship means for Pakistan’s relations with Washington.


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