China and Pakistan are going to start a youth exchange program by the end of this year. Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar made this announcement after meeting Chinese diplomats in Islamabad.
“Meeting with Chinese Embassy Deputy Chief Julie Jian to enhance links between Pakistani and Chinese youth,” Dar tweeted.
The program will be fall under the Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Program, which will have 100 skilled Pakistani youth travel to China early in November, he said.
This process will give young people an opportunity to get acquainted with the latest trends through interaction.
Chinese Embassy’s Deputy Chief of Mission praised Pakistan’s youngsters saying that they were talented and if guided properly, they can prove to be an asset for the country.
Dar also vowed to initiate youth exchange programs with brotherly countries like Malaysia and Turkey in the near future.