Pakistan takes $ 10 billion loan from China for Gwadar Port: US General


America's top general has said that Pakistan has taken a loan of at least $ 10 billion from China for Gwadar Port and other projects. He said that China is preparing an international network for grandfathers to divide the debt by expanding their dominance through a strategy to capture and capture.



America's top general has said that Pakistan has taken a loan of at least 10 billion dollars from its 'evergreen friend' China to build Gwadar Port and other projects. The top US General has said this while highlighting the strategy of 'capturing and capturing' in China's debt trap for the expansion of dominance.

In the Balochistan province of Pakistan on the Arabian Sea, China is constructing the Gwadar Port under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPC) project and it is a link between Beijing's ambitious one belt, one road (OBOR) and Maritime Silk Road Projects. It is believed.



US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunnford told Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday, "Consider some examples. Trapped in debt trap, Sri Lanka had to lease 70 percent of its deep-water port in China for 99 years.

He said that Maldives has taken a loan of about $ 1.5 billion from China for construction works, which is about 30 percent of his GDP. Dunford said, "Pakistan has taken a loan of at least $ 10 billion from China for the Gwadar Port and other projects."

He said, "China is preparing an international network for grandfathers through a strategy to divide and capture loans for the expansion of their dominance." He said that there are awareness among the countries around the world that the economic friendship of China can be paid through the OBO, if the promises of investment will remain incomplete and will lead to international standards and security in jeopardy.

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