Pakistan and China have reaffirmed their time-tested and All-Weather Strategic Cooperative Partnership and agreed to maintain regular two-way high-level political and official exchanges.
This agreement was reached during China-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue in Beijing.
The Dialogue was co-chaired by State Councilor and Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi and Minister of Foreign Affairs Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi for Pakistan.
The two sides undertook in-depth discussions on all aspects of bilateral relations, regional and international issues.
They also expressed commitment to translate the vision of the leadership to build a closer China-Pakistan community of Shared Future in the new Era.
They underlined that state sovereignty and territorial integrity are cardinal principles of UN Charter and international law.
It was noted that China and Pakistan are celebrating 2019 as the year of sister-cities exchanges.
The Chinese side highly appreciated Pakistan's commitment and efforts to counter terrorism.
The two Foreign Ministers discussed the situation in Afghanistan and reiterated support for Afghan-owned Afghan-led inclusive peace process.