The present government has set up the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority and grant tax concessions to the Gawadar Port and its free zone. Such measures sent strong signal to Beijing that Islamabad is serious in implementing the multibillion dollar strategic initiative. During the visit of PM to China these developments would be discussed. The situation in Afghanistan and Kashmir issue would also be discussed. Both China and Pakistan have their stakes in Afghanistan and Kashmir so both need to devise policies to pursue their interests. COAS is also accompanying PM in China. The Pak-China military relations are traditionally very close. The security of CPEC would have discussed. The threats that Pakistan is facing directly or indirectly from India to sabotage CPEC projects would also be discussed. The Indian aggressiveness to divert the world's attention from Kashmir dispute will also be discussed in high level meetings. China is also sharing border with Laddakh so China has also condemned illegal Indian annexation in Jammu & Kashmir.