Chinese President Xi Jinping has reiterated Beijing's unwavering support to Islamabad, saying that "no matter how the international landscape may change, China will always stand firmly with Pakistan”.
Xi Jinping will attend the summit via video conference in Beijing at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Chinese President Xi Jinping today held a meeting with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in Beijing, Xinhua
Xi's new five-year run was made possible following a change to the constitution in 2018 that scrapped term limits.
According to Pomfret, things have changed substantially in China since the last time protests directed at the central government occurred in so many places simultaneously.
Set against the backdrop of intensified geostrategic competition between the USA and China, however, this is an eventuality all countries and not just the dramatis personae must factor into their strategic calculus going ahead.
Xi on Tuesday visited an exhibition in Beijing showcasing China's achievements over his decade in power, CNN reported citing the state broadcaster CCTV.
Chinese president Xi Jinping was hospitalised towards the end of 2021 as he was suffering from a cerebral aneurysm.
The comity of the deal’s signing in Washington has been overshadowed in recent months as Washington and Beijing have traded barbs over who is to blame for the coronavirus, which first surfaced in China.