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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was the sign of strong friendship between the neighbouring countries and it assured the bright future of Pakistan.

PM Imran Khan chaired a high-level session to review the progress of projects designed under CPEC which was attended by federal ministers and CPEC officials. The premier was briefed over the current status of different projects being completed under the CPEC plan.

PM Khan expressed satisfaction over the performance of CPEC Authority and said the economic corridor was a best plan to bring socio-economic development which also assured the bright future of Pakistan.

The premier vowed that the federal government would complete the CPEC project as per plan at any cost, adding the project was a sign of all-weather friendship between Pakistan and China. He added that every Pakistani would be benefitted from the mega project.

He directed concerned officials to further enhance the performance and capacity of the CPEC Authority for the early completion of the ongoing projects.