Free Press Journal
  • Ties with China cornerstone of Pak foreign policy: Imran Khan

    Islamabad : The ‘all-weather’ friendship with China was a cornerstone of Pakistan’s foreign policy, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said as he pledged to implement the controversy-hit $50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

  • Wang Yi

    Wang to hold talks with top officials during his visit to India

    Beijing : Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will travel to New Delhi to attend the meeting of RIC Foreign Ministers on December 11 and hold talks with top Indian officials, his office announced here today. Wang’s visit would the first high-level trip by a Chinese official to India after the Dokalam standoff.

  • After BRICS declaration, Pak foreign min to visit China

    Beijing : China on Wednesday said it has invited Pakistan’s Foreign Minister for talks, in an apparent move to assuage Islamabad’s concerns after the BRICS countries for the first time named Pakistan-based terrorist groups like LeT and JeM in the grouping’s declaration.

  • UNSC imposes new, tough sanctions on North Korea

    New York : UN Security Council has passed a resolution imposing new sanctions on North Korea for its continued intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) testing and violations of UN resolutions, the media reported.