Qureshi, Chinese envoy visit CMH
RAWALPINDI: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong Sunday visited the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) here and inquired after the well-being of Chinese nationals, injured in Dasu incident. They wished them speedy recovery.
The foreign minister assured the injured Chinese nationals for all out support and medical care, said a press release. He also expressed his satisfaction over the treatment given to them and the recovery being made by the Chinese nationals. “Our projects will be completed soon,” he further added. On the occasion, Ambassador Nong Rong said that China and Pakistan would continue to cooperate more closely to face any challenges together.
Earlier on arrival, Major General Muhammad Aleem, Commandant CMH apprised the visiting dignitaries of the medical care being provided to the injured.
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