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Studion interview: Benefits of Sino-Pakistan cooperation

07-07-2010 13:51 BJT Special Report:

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To further discuss Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari's visit to China, let's go back to our current affairs commentator Professor Tao Wenzhao.

Q1: China says it will push forward cooperation with Pakistan to combat terrorism, separatism and extremism. The two countries are also staging a joint military drill this week. How do you think the two can benefit from security cooperation?

Q2: A possible nuclear cooperation deal between the two countries is drawing attention. According to the deal, China will help Pakistan build two nuclear power plants. What's your take on this?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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