‘Hostile countries’ behind KU attack to sabotage CPEC, says Alvi in visit to Chinese embassy – Pakistan

President Arif Albi said on Saturday that “adversaries” were behind the suicide attacks aimed at Chinese lecturers at Karachi University with the aim of destroying the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and undermining friendship between the two countries. to the Chinese embassy.

The attack killed three Chinese teachers and three Pakistani drivers, and four were injured in a suicide bombing that collided with a vehicle approaching the Confucius Institute at the university.

During his visit to the embassy, ​​the president condemned the incident and vowed that the “enemy” behind them would not succeed in their plans as Pakistan and China enjoy deep friendships and are making strong promises to further strengthen their ‘all-weather friendship’. , according to a statement issued by his Office of the President.

According to Chinese cultural adviser Zhang Heqing, the president expressed his condolences to embassy officials.

He asked the official in Pang Chunxue to express his deepest condolences to the Chinese people, the Chinese Communist Party and President Xi Jinping.

Albi shared the sorrow of the Chinese people, saying, “The whole nation fell into deep pain and shock as a result of this unfortunate incident.”

He reassured them that Pakistan would leave “the irreversible” to ensure the safety of the Chinese people and bring the elements involved in the case to justice.

Pang expressed his appreciation for President Alvi’s visit and his expression of solidarity with the Chinese people and government.

“The two countries have a common future,” she said, adding that they have a long history of friendship and close cooperation. She condemned the attack and “was hoped that the perpetrators of this case would be arrested and punished,” her statement said.

President Albi later said in an embassy visitor’s booklet: