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نگران وفاقی وزیر خزانہ و من...

Published : 13 June 2018

وفاقی وزیر کا اعلی افسران سے تعارف او...


Clarification of the news item on CDWP appeared in...

Published : 8 June 2018

Need has been felt to clarify a press report published in the daily Ex...


اعلی سطحی افغان وفد کی منصو...

Published : 28 May 2018

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CDWP approved 24 projects of worth Rs. 19.6 billio...

Published : 25 May 2018

Central Development Working Party meeting was held under the chairmans...


A Land of Opportunities for Central Asian Republics

Dated : 21 March 2018

The CGSS organized a Conference “Pakistan: A Land of Opportunities for Central Asian Republics” on 21st March 2018 at Serena Hotel, Islamabad.
The Center for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS) arranged a conference on “Pakistan: A Land of Opportunities for Central Asian Republics”. The aim and focus of the conference was to facilitate the collective exploration of various opportunities and commonalities that can become the foundation for multilateral regional initiatives, which in turn will lead to strong connectivity and diplomatic relations as well as security and economic stability in the region.
Mr. Ahsan Iqbal- Minister of Planning, Development and Reform presented his inaugural address on the topic “China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): A Futuristic Success”. He stated that Pakistan and Central Asia share a very common cultural and political history. In the present time the bond with the central Asian countries is becoming stronger. We are living in the age of connectivity and network. This an age where we need to explore the opportunity for connectivity and progress. In our region we have a lot of investment prospects and opportunities. In the 21st century, Asia will contribute 52% of GDP of the global world. This will create opportunities for global economy for growth and investment. Pakistan is uniquely located at the intersection of three regions I.e. South Asia, China and Central Asia. 21st century is the century if geo-economics and Pakistan’s vision 2025, seeks to place the country in the orbit of geo-economics of the Asian region. Pakistan now tends to move towards the geo-economics for connectivity. What matters in the future is the per capita income and the GDP of any country for the growth, development, and prosperity. Pakistan in working hard to become one of the 25 biggest economy of the world.