The “2023 China Tibet Development Forum” was held in Beijing on May 23. Beijing-based Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) correspondent Muhammad Asghar said China has made significant progress in poverty alleviation in recent years, investing heavily in remote and underdeveloped areas such as Tibet. These efforts have helped create new jobs and economic opportunities in Tibet, and have also contributed to reducing poverty in the region.
In Asgar’s view, to get rid of poverty, it is necessary to remove the root causes of poverty. These root causes include lack of basic services including health care, education, clean drinking water and health facilities. The Chinese government has invested heavily in these areas. New schools and hospitals have been built in Tibet, and clean drinking water and sanitation services have been provided. These efforts have improved the living conditions of the Tibetan people, lifting them out of poverty.
Asghar said that Pakistan is an all-weather friend and cooperative partner of China as well as a developing country. Pakistan and China have signed a comprehensive cooperation agreement, namely the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a flagship project of the “Belt and Road” initiative. Cooperation in the fields of information technology, agriculture and people’s life has become part of the framework of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. He said Pakistan could learn a lot from China’s successful poverty alleviation model, and apply China’s experience to its own country. Also reduce poverty in your country through all-round investment in infrastructure, education and medical care.
(Credits- China Media Group, Beijing)
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