Ambassador Hashmi emphasizes the cultural connections between China and Pakistan.

In Beijing, Ambassador Khalil Hashmi of Pakistan addressed the launch of Micro Video Series II, which commemorates foreign leaders’ ascent on the Great Wall of China. During his speech, Ambassador Hashmi praised the Great Wall as a enduring symbol of China’s cultural legacy, resilience, and the enduring spirit of its people. He highlighted the longstanding historical and cultural ties between Pakistan and China, drawing a parallel between the Great Wall and Pakistan’s Ranikot Fort, acclaimed as the world’s largest fort with a circumference of approximately 32 kilometers. Situated in the Jamshoro district of Sindh, Ranikot Fort is often referred to as “The Great Wall of Sindh” due to its walls being likened to those of the Great Wall of China.

Furthermore, Ambassador Hashmi stressed the necessity for increased collaboration and reciprocal exchanges to showcase and emphasize the rich heritage, architecture, culture, and arts shared by both nations. He extended an invitation to the creators of the Micro Video series to explore Pakistan’s cultural and architectural heritage, advocating for deeper connections between the people of Pakistan and China.

Earlier, at the International Culture Day organized by the Embassy College in Beijing, Ambassador Hashmi highlighted the significance of culture in promoting mutual understanding, respect, and collaboration among diverse cultures and traditions. He emphasized culture as a potent means to bridge gaps and foster friendships between nations. Additionally, Ambassador Hashmi underscored the importance of joint cultural celebrations in enhancing relations between China and Pakistan, suggesting that such events serve as a platform to create a China-Pakistan community of Shared Future.

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