Event Title: Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani holds meeting with MCC (China Metallurgical Group Corporation) in Beijing.
Event Date: 2023-10-23
A high-level delegation from MCC (China Metallurgical Group Corporation) held a productive meeting with Chairman Senate, Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani, in Beijing. The meeting, centered on enhancing cooperation and collaboration in the mineral sector, resulted in a range of significant developments and promises of continued partnership.
During the meeting, both sides engaged in discussions surrounding matters of mutual interest, acknowledging the vital role of mineral resources in the economic growth of Pakistan. Chairman Senate expressed his admiration for MCC's contributions to Pakistan and commended their remarkable work in the country.
In a demonstration of unwavering support, Chairman Senate assured the delegation of his full support in promoting minerals sector in the country.
He extended a heartfelt invitation to the MCC delegation to visit Pakistan, underscoring the importance of their continued involvement in the country's economic development.
Chairman Senate, Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani, further recognized MCC's remarkable achievements in transforming the Duddar project into a profitable and prosperous endeavor that significantly benefits the local population.
The meeting witnessed the proposal of a groundbreaking new project in Chagai, operating under the auspices of an Export Processing Zone (EPZ). Chairman Senate expressed his anticipation of this project becoming a landmark endeavor, reminiscent of the success of the Reko Diq, which will significantly contribute to Pakistan's economic development.
In a testament to the importance of this project, Chairman Senate pledged to invite key officials, SIFC representatives, and the MCC Chief to the grand launch event in Chagai.
The MCC delegation reaffirmed its commitment to Pakistan, indicating a willingness to invest further in the mineral sector, with a special emphasis on Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. To facilitate and elevate the mineral sector, the delegation suggested the establishment of an Export Processing Zone (EPZ) for metal mining, which would undoubtedly stimulate growth and innovation in the sector.
In a move set to generate numerous job opportunities and contribute to the nation's foreign exchange earnings, MCC also proposed the creation of a mineral-based industrial park within Pakistan. This initiative showcases MCC's dedication to sustainable development in Pakistan and strengthening bilateral ties.