PTV 'accidentally' trolls Imran Khan with an offensive typo

PTV makes 'begging' faux pas during Imran Khan's address in Beijing as Pakistan seeks Chinese aid

PTV makes 'begging' faux pas during Imran Khan's address in Beijing as Pakistan seeks Chinese aid

The prime minister said that Karakoram Highways is part of CPEC, which would link the Gwadar port, adding that being part of the Belt and Road Initiative, CPEC would safeguard common objectives of various regions.

During his visit, Prime Minister Khan held talks with President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang mainly focussing on seeking China's loans to tide over serious financial crisis faced by Pakistan.

"Pakistan has an array of resources, minerals and renewables amidst the most diverse landscape", he said and added Pakistan is a leading exporter of sports goods, medical instruments and IT products.

A Pakistani media channel is being trolled by netizens after it incorrectly spelt Beijing during a live broadcast featuring Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry has ordered an inquiry into the incident, The News International reported.

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Responding to another question about use of local and Chinese currency in trade between China and Pakistan, Tareen stated that it would facilitate both the countries.

Pakistan's foreign reserves have plunged 42 percent since the start of the year and now stand at about $8 billion.

The Chinese financial relief is being negotiated amid USA -led criticism and skepticism that unfair loans under CPEC are contributing to Pakistan's balance of payments crisis.

Khan is on an official trip to China to secure financial support from Beijing for his cash-strapped country. He said Pakistan will follow the model to alleviate poverty from the society by taking similar steps.

The premier is now visiting China to seek Chinese assistance in boosting the country's economy.

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