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The Visit of Fawad Chaudhry for Solar Projects is Proving to Be Beneficial for the State

The Visit of Fawad Chaudhry for Solar Projects is Proving to Be Beneficial for the State

Fawad Chaudhry, the Federal minister of technology and science is in Beijing on a 6-day visit. During this visit, both countries agreed on the high-powered technology industry in Pakistan. They also discussed some solar projects and the positive side for both countries to share the latest technology and scientific revolution.

The second phase of CPEC should be focusing on technology projects. The Chinese Minister for Science and Technology appreciated the efforts of Fawad Chaudhry regarding projects of technology, science, and nanotechnology. He also makes sure that they will not regret Pakistan for their cooperation.

Fawad also called up Chinese companies to think about the investments for solar and lithium projects. Lithium battery and solar projects are great initiatives for the future of Pakistan.

Gwadar port is the pillar of the economy of Pakistan. This CPEC project is going to be implemented soon, which turns the fate of Pakistan into a bright future. On the invitation of China, Fawad will join several dinners and events in the coming days. He will also meet different officials for the thought of biogas and solar panels installation in Pakistan.

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Tahira Yameen

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