Deliberate silence on Kashmir issue being kept in West: PM Imran

I will give surprise a day before vote of no-trust: PM Imran

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that there is not much talk in the west about occupied Kashmir and silence on this matter has deliberately been kept.

In the interview with the Chinese media, Prime Minister Imran Khan said he was looking forward to visit China next week. We have 70 years old close friendly relations with China that have strengthened with time. China has always stood with Pakistan at the time of need, he added.

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The prime minister said that the CPEC project brought Pakistan and China closer. During the second phase of the CPEC focus will be  kept on agriculture and industry, Imran added.