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CPEC & Revival of Ancient Silk Route | By Dr Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan – Pakistan Observer

CPEC & Revival of Ancient Silk Route


CHINA-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has brightened the chances of greater regional connectivity.

It seems that revival of the ancient Silk Route has been further consolidated after the successful international conference themed “Central and South Asia: Regional Connectivity, Challenges and Opportunities” in Tashkent.

Moreover, Pakistan’s paradigm shift from “geopolitics to geo-economy” and Uzbekistan’s “regional connect policy” are now bearing their socio-economic fruits.

While addressing the “Pak-Uzbek Business Forum” Prime Minister Imran Khan showcased the strategic orientation of CPEC which would be used for achieving the desired goals of greater connectivity, socio-economic integration, eradication of poverty, new job generation and last but not the least, stability and harmony in the region.

Prime Minister Imran Khan termed Pakistan’s connectivity with Uzbekistan in trade and bilateral spheres a giant step to…

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