China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
"The recent visits of Prime Minister Imran Khan and his interaction with Chinese leadership has, in true sense, broadened and enhanced the scope of future cooperation in diverse fields of agriculture, industrial and socio-economic development."
China, a close ally of Pakistan, also stressed that no actions should be taken that would unilaterally change the "status quo".
India, on the other hand, expressed concern about the China Pakistan Economic Corridor, project, which runs illegally through Indian territory occupied by Pakistan since 1947.
It is believed that China's concerns about the unsettled status of Gilgit-Baltistan prompted Pakistan to change the region's status.
Xi said: "Four years ago, I put forward the idea of building a Silk Road Economic Belt and a 21st century Maritime Silk Road. The initiative received a warm response from the international community.
Modi arrived in the Kazakh capital on Thursday on a two-day visit to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit where India and Pakistan will be inducted as full members of the bloc.
India firmly opposes the $46 billion economic corridor which cuts through Pakistan-administered Kashmir as New Delhi lays claim to the region
Coats said Pakistan is concerned about its international isolation due to its dwindling position against India's rising international status, expanded foreign outreach and deepening ties with the US.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, at press conference on the One belt One Road (OBOR) summit said, "Although (an) Indian leader will not be here but India will have a representative" at the OBOR summit.
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