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China Will Receive 1,000 Students From Pakistan For Training

The government will send a group of 1,000 students to the Yangling Agricultural Demonstration Base in China for advanced agricultural training, according to a statement made by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday. The government is making this choice as part of its initiatives to improve productivity and modernize the agriculture industry.

The prime minister gave his word that all training-related costs would be paid for by the government. He sent the Pakistani ambassador to China and other pertinent officials instructions to complete this agreement after consulting with Chinese authorities. The PM Office Media Wing released a press release announcing this development.

Furthermore, Prime Minister Shehbaz invited the North West Agricultural and Forestry University to open a campus in Pakistan. He assured that the government will fully support this project. He gave the ambassador and other officials the order to move quickly to have a framework put in place to carry out these plans.

PM Shehbaz saw a number of areas of the Yangling Agricultural Demonstration Base, including the Pakistani Pavilion that featured native goods. Federal Ministers Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Dr. Musadik Malik, Muhammad Aurangzeb, Ahsan Iqbal, Attaulllah Tarar, and Rana Tanveer Hussain were with him.

The prime minister was briefed on the cooperative agricultural research at the base, which includes 26 nations as pioneer partners, including Pakistan. He was told about the universities and scientists in Pakistan that contributed to the research.

Pakistan is an agricultural nation that is willing to embrace innovations to raise output per acre, PM Shehbaz stressed. He said that his government’s key objective is increasing agricultural productivity and processing to increase exports.

The Prime Minister also went to the base’s newest plant production facility, where he was shown a variety of useful agricultural mechanisms that highlighted how contemporary farming techniques had the power to revolutionize Pakistan’s farming industry.

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