Pakistan and China relations

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|+ '''Pakistan—China relations'''
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| width=300 colspan=2 align=center | flagicon|Pakistan|size=300x66px flagicon|China|size=300x66px
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| colspan=2 align=center | [Pakistan China Locator.svg|300px]
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| [of arms of Pakistan.svg|30px] legend|#3c9d3c|'''Pakistan'''
| [of arms of China.svg|30px] legend|#e3801c|'''China'''
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People's Republic of China–Pakistan relations began in 1950 when Pakistan was among the first countries to break relations with the Republic of China on Taiwan and recognize the PRC. Following the 1962 Sino-Indian War, both countries have placed considerable importance on the maintenance of an extremely close and supportive relationship. Since then, the two countries have regularly exchanged high-level visits resulting in a variety of agreements. The PRC has provided economic, military and technical assistance to Pakistan and each considers the other a close strategic ally.

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