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China and Botswana sign MoU on Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) cooperation

By   Dennis Ayemba -   Modified date: Jan 9, 2021 China and Botswana have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for cooperation on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The MoU was signed by the visiting Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Botswana counterpart Lemogang Kwape on behalf of the two governments after their talks in Gaborone. According to Wang Yi, the BRI is an important international cooperation initiative and a public product provided by China to the international community. “The focus is to help developing countries strengthen infrastructure construction, better realize connectivity and enhance their independent development capabilities,” he said. He further added that, the MoU makes Botswana the 46th partner country in Africa in BRI cooperation. “This year coincides with the 46th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Botswana, which is a beautiful symbol. The joint construction of BRI will provide new oppo

In Quetta visit, PM Imran Khan meets chief minister, governor Balochistan

Pakistan APP January 09, 2021 Premier was briefed on Balochistan's security situation and circumstances that arose after killing of miners Share Next Story >>> PM Imran Khan meets Governor, CM Balochistan in Quetta, on January 09, 2021. — The News QUETTA: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday arrived in Quetta where met Governor Balochistan Amanullah Khan Yasinzai and Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan. The prime minister came in the provincial capital on Saturday especially to meet the aggrieved families of the slain miners from the Hazara community. The premier, a day had vowed that he would visit Quetta once the deceased miners were buried. Late Friday night, the Hazara community and the government reached a consensus after which the country-wide protests were called off and the roads were opened for traffic. They had earlier conditioned calling off their protest and burial of the bodies with the prime minister’s visit and acceptance of their demands. However, after multiple

Butchers of Balochistan: Pakistan preparing for state-crafted pogrom in Gilgit-Baltistan

Manish Shukla Jan 09, 2021, 21:00 PM IST, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has been following the lead of Chinese President Xi Jinping in his expansionist ideology, Imran Khan's policy of encroachment on civil rights in the occupied regions continues as we enter 2021. However, people have started to realise the malicious intentions of the duo.  The recent victims of Imran Khan's deceit are the people of occupied territory of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB). The government of Pakistan is actively following a policy of deceptive and  backdoor militarization of the region . Advertising Advertising Activists like Senge Hasnan Sering, Sher Babu and Baba Jan had foreseen this wave of illegal occupation coming to  GB and raised voices against it . The most recent intrusion in the civil rights of people of GB is bringing in the "Butchers" of Balochistan, personnel of the Frontier Corps (FC) disguised as the forest rangers of the Forest and Wildlife Department of GB.  Pakistani gover