China condemns killing of tutors in Pakistan blast

China condemns killing of tutors in Pakistan blast

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April 27, 2022

China has condemned an attack that killed three of its citizens in Pakistan, demanding that Islamabad fight against those involved.

New Delhi, 27 April 2022

As per news report of BBC, three Chinese tutors and a Pakistani driver were killed in a suicide bombing near Karachi University's Confucius Institute on Tuesday. The separatist Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) said it carried out the attack. The incident poses a key challenge for a government freshly-installed after weeks of political turmoil. A long time ally and key investor in the country, China is heavily involved in large development projects across Pakistan. But the BLA, which is banned in Pakistan, opposes Chinese investment in the country, saying locals do not benefit. Confucius Institutes are a key part of China's soft diplomacy strategies across the world.

Source -BBC


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