ISLAMABAD -Pakistan Foreign Minister to leave for China on a "strategic consultation" visit, sources have revealed.
As per media report, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi is scheduled to travel to China on Sunday.
Federal government has decided to hold a "strategic consultation" with Beijing.
The two friendly nations will be holding a dialogue to discuss the security situation in the South Asian region as well as the ongoing Indo-Pak tensions that fired up after the tragic Pulwama attack and air combat between the air forces of Islamabad and New Delhi.
Qureshi will be leaving for Beijing on Sunday, with the aforementioned "strategic consultation" to take place on Monday and Tuesday, the sources added.
The foreign minister is expected to apprise the Chinese leadership on the latest steps and measures that have been taken in light of the rising tensions between Pakistan and India.
He will also meet his Chinese counterpart and various other top officials.