Gwadar International Airport

پاکستان کے صوبے بلوچستان کے ساحلی شہر گوادر میں پاکستانی اور چینی حکام نے گوادر ایئرپورٹ سمیت دیگر اہم منصوبوں کے معاہدوں پر دستخط کیے ہیں۔ جن معاہدوں پر دستخط ہوئے ان میں گوادر ایئرپورٹ اور فری ٹریڈ زون کے معاہدے شامل ہیں۔ وزیر اعلیٰ بلوچستان کے ترجمان جان محمد بلیدی کے مطابق گوادر ایئرپورٹ چار ہزار سے زائد ایکڑ پر محیط ہوگا۔ 30 ماہ کے دوران تعمیر ہونے والا یہ ایئر پورٹ پاکستان کا سب سے بڑا ایئرپورٹ ہوگا۔ اس کے علاوہ ’چائنا اوورسیز پورٹ ہولڈنگ کمپنی‘

Gwadar, the weapon-free city

Gwadar will be made a weapon-free city and special measures will be taken for the security of Chinese investors, engineers and experts working on different projects in the port city. An meeting held attended by security officials both Pakistan and China at Gwadar. The meeting was attended by Maj. General Azhar Naveed, provincial Home Secretary Akbar Hussain Durrani, Brigadier Shahzad Iftikhar Bhatti, Brigadier Saqib, Director General of the Gwadar De...

Pakistan set to sign 40 years lease for Gwadar port with Chinese company (COPHC)

Pakistan is set to sign a 40 year lease with a Chinese company to develop a special economic zone in Gwadar. The scheme is part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), an ambitious $46 billion investment plan linking western China to the Arabian Sea with infrastructure, energy and transport projects and for this purpose, a contract assigning the 2300 acre swathe of tax-exempt land to China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC) is likely to b

Economic Corridor

Pride of Pakistan General Raheel Shareef   Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif said that:- “CPEC and Gwadar Port will be built and developed as one of the most strategic deep sea port in the region at all costs,” COAS was apprised that in Balochistan for construction of 870 KM long stretch of roads at five different locations simultaneously, out of which 502 kilometers of roads have already been completed in less than one and

Strategic Importance

“When the corridor is constructed, it will expand the number of trade routes between China,  Middle East and Africa” China plans to build oil storage facilities and a refinery at Gwadar Port, with oil transported to its Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region via road and pipeline. Iran has also responded positively over the proposal to link the Iran–Pakistan gas pipeline with China, with the Iranian ambassador to China describing it as a "common interest" be