Chinese President Xi Jinping will demand India to remove curfew from Jammu and Kashmir

The Chinese president assured that he would visit Pakistan next year. Hamid Mir’s Twitter message regarding DG ISPR briefing

Islamabad (October 11, 2019): In his message on the microblogging website Twitter, senior journalist and analyst Hamid Mir said that DGISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor told us today that the Chinese President Sh. Chen Ping will demand India to remove the curfew in Jammu and Kashmir and restore the situation before August 5. He said otherwise Pakistan would not hold any kind of talks with India.
Chinese President Shi Chen Ping also assured that he would visit Pakistan next year.
It is likely that DGISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor briefed journalists on distance China. In a briefing to reporters, the DGISPR said the visit was a three-point agenda in China.

The agenda included the issue of Kashmir, C Pilak and defense cooperation.

The Chinese President invited Imran Khan and Pakistan’s military leadership to visit China before leaving for India. “We want to see Pakistan’s economy flourishing,” Chinese President Xi Jinping said. Whenever Pakistan needs it, we will not sit quietly. China will continue to support Pakistan’s sovereignty. Chinese President Shi Chen Ping said that military and military leadership is working together in Pakistan, which is good.
Major General Asif Ghafoor said that Prime Minister Imran Khan made it clear to the Chinese President that we do not need assistance. China also assured cooperation with Pakistan in FATF. DGISPR added that Kashmir runs in our veins. Kashmiris have not bowed to India yet.

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