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'China did not give ships to Pakistan for security of Gwadar port' - Pakistan Today;

'China did not give ships to Pakistan for security of Gwadar port' - Pakistan Today

Pakistan Today'China did not give ships to Pakistan for security of Gwadar port'Pakistan TodayThe handing over of two ships to Pakistan by China was part of normal military trade cooperation between the two countries, a spokesperson for Chinese Foreign Office office said on Monday, rejecting reports that Beijing has donated the ships to ...and more »

Warships sold, not gifted, to Pakistan: China - The News International;

Warships sold, not gifted, to Pakistan: China - The News International

The News InternationalWarships sold, not gifted, to Pakistan: ChinaThe News InternationalBEIJING: China on Monday said it had not “donated” two warships to Pakistan and the transfer of vessels was part of legitimate “military trade” between the two countries, reported foreign media. “I have learnt that some reports said China has donated ...and more »

'China did not gift or donate' ships to Pakistan - The News International;

'China did not gift or donate' ships to Pakistan - The News International

The News International'China did not gift or donate' ships to PakistanThe News International“I have learnt that some reports said China has donated these vessels. This is not correct. The report mentioned to surveillance ships. It is normal military trade cooperation with the two countries and complies with the international commitments of ...and more »

China says it sold two warships to Pakistan to protect Gwadar port - Hindustan Times;

China says it sold two warships to Pakistan to protect Gwadar port - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesChina says it sold two warships to Pakistan to protect Gwadar portHindustan TimesChina has confirmed the sale of two warships to Pakistan to protect Gwadar port, which is part of the $46-billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. world Updated: Jan 16, 2017 17:45 IST. Sutirtho Patranobis Hindustan Times, Beijing. Gwadar port. File ...and more »

China says it sold, not gift, two warships to Pakistan - The Hindu

China says it sold, not gift, two warships to PakistanThe HinduChina on Monday clarified that it had not “donated” two warships to Pakistan, but the transfer of vessels, apparently for the defence of Gwadar port, was part of legitimate “military trade” between the two countries. “I have learnt that some reports ...and more »

2 ships given to Pak Navy for Gwadar port security: China - Deccan Chronicle;

2 ships given to Pak Navy for Gwadar port security: China - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan Chronicle2 ships given to Pak Navy for Gwadar port security: ChinaDeccan ChronicleChina on Sunday handed over the two ships to the Pakistan Navy for joint security along the sea route of the CPEC. Recently built in China and equipped with state-of-the-art guns, the ships will be part of Pakistan Navy and also used to protect the sea ...and more »

China Assigns 2 Ships To Pak Navy To Guard Gwadar Port - NDTV;

China Assigns 2 Ships To Pak Navy To Guard Gwadar Port - NDTV

NDTVChina Assigns 2 Ships To Pak Navy To Guard Gwadar PortNDTVIn a development that's expected to trigger concern in India, China has handed over two ships to the Pakistani navy to help safeguard the Gwadar port which is being modernized by Beijing as part of a 46-bilion dollar project. The deep-water port in ...and more »

Securing CPEC sea route: China hands two ships to Pakistan Navy - The Express Tribune;

Securing CPEC sea route: China hands two ships to Pakistan Navy - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneSecuring CPEC sea route: China hands two ships to Pakistan NavyThe Express TribuneChina has handed over two ships to the Pakistan Navy at the Gwadar port. The two vessels will be used jointly by the two country's navies for securing the sea route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Radio Pakistan reported that the ...and more »

Balochistan: Disabled teenage Baloch boy killed in Pakistani forces attack in Alandur - Balochwarna News;

Balochistan: Disabled teenage Baloch boy killed in Pakistani forces attack in Alandur - Balochwarna News

Balochwarna NewsBalochistan: Disabled teenage Baloch boy killed in Pakistani forces attack in AlandurBalochwarna NewsQUETTA: Pakistani forces have attacked a civilian population area in Buleda Balochistan. At least one person was killed and several other disappeared on Sunday. Per Balochistan news sources, the Pakistani military, FC, and intelligence agencies ...and more »

Experts call for making CPEC project transparent - Daily Times;

Experts call for making CPEC project transparent - Daily Times

Daily TimesExperts call for making CPEC project transparentDaily TimesKarachi: Though the mega projects associated with the China Pakistan economic Corridor CPEC entail huge national and international economic benefits but mysteries partially surrounding the projects' environment are not only confusing masses but experts ...and more »

China Gives Two Vessels to Pakistan's Navy to Protect New Trade Route - Sputnik International;

China Gives Two Vessels to Pakistan's Navy to Protect New Trade Route - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalChina Gives Two Vessels to Pakistan's Navy to Protect New Trade RouteSputnik InternationalChina has given two patrol vessels to Pakistan's Navy and is expected to hand over two more to help Pakistan ensure the security of the sea route of the $54 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The vessels, the PMSS Hingol and the PMSS ...and more »

China gives two ships to Pakistan Navy - Deccan Chronicle;

China gives two ships to Pakistan Navy - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleChina gives two ships to Pakistan NavyDeccan ChronicleThe Chinese officials, who reached Gwadar aboard the ships, handed the ships over to their Pakistani counterparts at a ceremony at Gwadar Port. The Chinese government will provide two more ships namely Dasht and Zhob to Pakistan Navy. Islamabad: ...and more »

China hands over 2 ships to Pak navy to secure Gwadar port - Hindustan Times;

China hands over 2 ships to Pak navy to secure Gwadar port - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesChina hands over 2 ships to Pak navy to secure Gwadar portHindustan TimesChina has handed over two ships to Pakistan Navy to ensure joint security of the trade route along the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and the Gwadar port. world Updated: Jan 16, 2017 01:05 IST. Imtiaz Ahmad Hindustan Times, Islamabad. Chinese ships ...and more »

Multi-phased CPEC to enhance exports, bring foreign exchange to Pakistan - Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog);

Multi-phased CPEC to enhance exports, bring foreign exchange to Pakistan - Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)

Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)Multi-phased CPEC to enhance exports, bring foreign exchange to PakistanBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)image LAHORE: China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) - a multi-phased project about binding people through the bond of shared development and prosperity is set to take Pakistan to new horizons on economic front. CPEC which is not just a corridor of ...and more »

China gives two ships to Pakistan - Oneindia;

China gives two ships to Pakistan - Oneindia

OneindiaChina gives two ships to PakistanOneindiaIslamabad, Jan 15: China on Sunday handed over two ships to the Pakistan Navy to ensure joint security along the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) sea route. Ships. Representational Image. Pakistan Navy Vice Admiral Arifullah Hussain received ...and more »

China provides Pakistan with two vessels to increase security in CPEC sea route - NewsX;

China provides Pakistan with two vessels to increase security in CPEC sea route - NewsX

NewsXChina provides Pakistan with two vessels to increase security in CPEC sea routeNewsXNew Delhi: To increase patrol along the ambitious China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), China on Saturday handed over two maritime vessels to the Pakistan Navy, reported Dawn. Commander of Pakistan Navy Vice-Admiral Arifullah Hussaini received ...and more »

China gives Pakistan two patrol ships to help secure their economic corridor and Gwadar port - Scroll.in;

China gives Pakistan two patrol ships to help secure their economic corridor and Gwadar port - Scroll.in

Scroll.inChina gives Pakistan two patrol ships to help secure their economic corridor and Gwadar portScroll.inChina on Saturday handed over two patrol ships to the Pakistani Navy at Gwadar Port towards security of the facility and the China-Pakistan economic corridor, Dawn reported. India has been closely monitoring developments in their bilateral ties ...and more »

Two Chinese ships join Pakistan navy for joint security - Anadolu Agency;

Two Chinese ships join Pakistan navy for joint security - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyTwo Chinese ships join Pakistan navy for joint securityAnadolu AgencyChina has handed over two ships to Pakistan Navy for security of the sea route along multi-billion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project. The ships named after two local rivers- Hingol and Badol- were handed over to Pakistani navy ...and more »

China Hands Over 2 Ships To Pak Navy For Strategic Port Security: Report - NDTV;

China Hands Over 2 Ships To Pak Navy For Strategic Port Security: Report - NDTV

NDTVChina Hands Over 2 Ships To Pak Navy For Strategic Port Security: ReportNDTVKarachi: China has handed over two ships to the Pakistan Navy to safeguard the strategic Gwadar port and trade routes under the 46 billion US dollars China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a move likely to raise alarm in India. China handed over the two ...and more »

China gives two ships to Pakistan for security on sea - Business Standard;

China gives two ships to Pakistan for security on sea - Business Standard

Business StandardChina gives two ships to Pakistan for security on seaBusiness StandardThe ships were received in a formal ceremony at the port by Commander of the Pakistan Fleet Vice Admiral Arifullah Hussaini. They have been named PNS (Pakistan Navy Ship) Hingol and PNS Basol and will be deployed for the security of the port, reports ...and more »