Pakistan to Send 1,000 Students to China for Agricultural Training

Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has announced to send one thousand students to China for advanced agricultural training. He was also briefed about Pakistani universities and scientists conducting research at Yangling Base. The Prime Minister also visited the modern plant production factory where a demonstration of the vertical method of agriculture was given.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif announced on Saturday that Pakistan will send 1,000 students to the Yangling Agricultural Demonstration Base in China for advanced training in agriculture. The Pakistani government will cover all expenses for these students for this agricultural training.

PM Shehbaz Sharif made this decision during his visit to the agricultural base in Xi’an. He also instructed the Pakistani Ambassador in China and other officials to finalize the arrangements with Chinese authorities.

Additionally, the Prime Minister invited North West Agriculture and Forestry University to establish a campus in Pakistan. With the campus, he also offered full support from the Pakistani government for this initiative.

During the visit, Pakistan and China reaffirmed their strong relationship and committed to working together for mutual benefits, socio-economic development, and regional stability. They emphasized their longstanding friendship and strategic partnership, with both sides agreeing to enhance cooperation in various areas.

The visit concluded with a joint statement highlighting the importance of Pakistan-China relations, which have remained strong for 73 years. Both nations reiterated their mutual trust, cooperation, and commitment to supporting each other on international and regional matters. He was also told that 26 countries are collaborating in agricultural research at the Base and Pakistan was the first to participate.  

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has returned to Pakistan after his five-day official visit to China.

This training can be groundbreaking for the future of agriculture in the country. Students will learn all kinds of agricultural techniques including organic, artificial, or greenhouse. After the training we can expect to have better growth, helping the country to earn more revenue from exporting crops and goods. In short, this step can be the biggest breakthrough for the economy of Pakistan.

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