In the current crisis context, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a priority for Islamabad. With CPEC projects, Pakistan will secure development.
On February 13 and 14, 2020, Turkish President Erdogan conducted a state visit to Pakistan and stated that Turkey was ready to join the CPEC.
Education is a priority for both China and Pakistan in developing CPEC: efforts are made to improve literacy among the youth.
Creation of a CPEC secretariat, a new agency that will manage projects related to the Belt and Road in Pakistan: an important step for the CPEC.
On April 21, 2019, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan made a historic visit to Iran and met with President Hassan Rouhani and pledged to support the BRI.
Although China plays a leading role in this initiative, other countries such as Pakistan and Russia are more and more involved in the BRI.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is now officially open to all international investors. This is an invitation sent to Europe to participate in this major program that will transform Pakistan and South Asia.