BEIJING: China has once again declined on Wednesday by giving the latest help to Pakistan to recover from the financial crisis. Although recently returned from China's visit, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, had described the conversation with top Chinese leaders as extremely successful.
Khan met Chinese President Xi Chunfing and Prime Minister Lee Kwang during the visit of November 2 to China on November 2. This visit of Khan was to demand a help in recovering from Pakistan's economic crisis. Earlier, after the visit of Khan to Saudi Arabia, the Gulf country announced Pakistan's assistance of six billion dollars. In the initial reports coming from Pakistan, it was said that China also gave the same assurance of the help of such amount.
China's Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Hua Chunjaiyyog asked when asked about the amount to be given to Pakistan, said that China will help in terms of its capacity. Although he did not mention the zodiac sign. He said, "Pakistan is an evergreen friend of China. Our relations are very good and are at a very high level. We have offered Pakistan the highest financial assistance to our capacity. In the future, we will continue to provide financial support for the better living standards of people based on Pakistan's needs and mutual agreement.