Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday urged for the design of a tourism corridor between associate nations of the Belt and Road Initiative ( BRI ) in order to promote regional connection. Establish a BRI Tourism Corridor for historic and tourism exchanges.
Improve courses for increasing the skills of labor from labor-surplus nations to help the labor-deficient nations. Build multi-lingual electric websites for linking suppliers, customers, and skilled job-seekers. While discussing to the participants of the meeting the ties Pakistan and China have developed through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, he declared that “to further increase connection and rewards under the Belt Road Initiative’s umbrella” digital connectivity amongst participant nations is key.
On Friday, in his talking at the inaugural procedure of the 2nd Belt and Road Forum ( BRF ) in Beijing, Prime Minister Imran had said: “As the Belt and Road Initiative takes a further concrete shape, I recommend we direct our efforts and focus on the peoples of our nations, and towards dealing with impediments on their way to sustainable growth”.
Prime Minister Imran is among the 37 heads of state and federal government attending the 2nd version of BRF, which is a frame for BRI partners to come together for reviewing their co-operation under the program and charting the roadmap for future. As many as 122 states and 49 multinational organizations are part of Chinese BRI.
Prime Minister Imran’s proposals mirrored Pakistan government’s priorities and he recalled his administration’s massive tree plantation drive and hard work for alleviating poverty, like the launch of the Ehsas course. Some of the proposals also mirrored Chinese priorities as Beijing seeks to improve the ‘quality of cooperation’ under the BRI.