China has expressed satisfaction on the quality and timely completion of China Pakistan Economic Corridor projects including Multan-Sukkur (M-5) and Thakot-Havelian motorways.
This was expressed by Chinese delegation led by Chief Planner HoD China, Wang Zhiqing during the 7th meeting of CPEC Joint Working Group on Transport Infrastructure held in Islamabad. Other delegates included from Chinese Ministries of Transport and Railway and Exim Bank China.
The meeting also lauded the completion of Multan-Sukkur Motorway (M-5) and Thakot-Havelian project.
It was decided that both the projects would be inaugurated in a befitting manner as both the projects possess great significance from economic point of view for Pakistan.
The meeting also agreed to undertake practical steps for start of DI Khan-Zhob project.
China also assured to extend all cooperation to Pakistan including technical consultation and exchange of information and technology to make Highway and Research Centre more active.
The meeting agreed for earlier start of study of CPEC traffic. This would extend the range of research and training in roads sector. The meeting also reviewed the security measures for the CPEC projects.