Memorandum of Understanding signed between Pakistani and Chinese businessmen


Diplomatic relations between the China and Pakistan were established on May 21, 1951. Although there is mutual understanding between the two countries, the China-Pakistan Study Center (CPSC) at the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) and RINSTRA signed a memorandum of understanding.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Talat Shabbir, Director, China Pakistan Study Center and Amir Jahangir, Chief Executive Officer, Ranstra Technologies, said that the ISSI Quality Policy provides a platform for input.

Informed research, purposeful regional and analysis and dialogue on international issues affecting peace, security and development of Pakistan. We are confident that this partnership will create a resource of knowledge between the young and the business community alike while providing strategic direction.

Signing the MoU with Dr. Talat Shabbir, Director ISSI said, “The Memorandum of Understanding stands for Cultural, Business and Economic Cooperation and Understanding. It will also highlight the world. This partnership will help people to build people-to-people, government relations, defense cooperation and social cooperation to build a knowledge ecosystem

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