Pakistan and China Relationship

China–Pakistan relations began in 1950 when Pakistan was among the first countries to break relations with the Republic of China Taiwan and recognize the PRC. Relations between Pakistan and China are very brotherly. Complete project PDF file is available for Download.

Summary of Pakistan And China Relationship project:

Bilateral relations have evolved from an initial Chinese policy of neutrality to a partnership that links a smaller but militarily powerful Pakistan. It partially dependent on China for its economic and military strength. China attempting to balance competing interests in the region. Diplomatic relations  establishes in 1950, military assistance began in 1966. A strategic alliance was formed in 1972 and economic co-operation began in 1979. China has become Pakistan’s largest supplier of arms and its third- largest trading. Recently, both nations have decided to cooperate in improving Pakistan’s civil nuclear power sector.

Pakistan And China Relationship

Pakistan And China Relationship

Favorable relations with China is a pillar of Pakistan’s foreign policy. China supports Pakistan’s opposition to the Soviet Union’s intervention in  Afghanistan and perceived by Pakistan as a regional counterweight to NATO and the United States. Pakistan and China  also share close military relations. China supplying a range of modern armaments to the Pakistani defense forces.

China supports Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir while Pakistan supports China on the issues of Xinjiang Tibet and Taiwan. Lately, when military cooperation has deepened with joint projects producing armaments ranging from fighter jets to guided missile frigates.

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Pakistan And China Relationship




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