MoU signed to strengthen research collaboration on CPEC



KASHGAR, Jun 19: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Centre for BRI and China Studies (CBRICS), Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies (IPDS) and Centre for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CCPEC), Kashi University (KSU) to strengthen research collaboration on CPEC.

The MoU was inked during the third Muztagata Forum, an International Symposium dedicated to CPEC, held in Kashgar, China, on June 18.

Through the MoU, according to Gwadar Pro on Monday, CBRICS and CCPEC are committed to organizing joint research projects, conferences, seminars, and workshops that bring together scholars, experts, and policymakers from China, Pakistan, and beyond.

The collaboration will also facilitate faculty and student exchange programs, enabling the exchange of ideas, experiences, and cultural understanding between the two institutions.

The collaboration between CBRICS and CCPEC aims to foster academic cooperation, exchange of knowledge, and joint research endeavors in the field of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and Belt and Road Initiative studies.

The partnership seeks to deepen the understanding of the economic, social, and geopolitical dynamics surrounding CPEC and its implications for regional connectivity, sustainable development, and peace.

By leveraging the expertise and resources of both institutions, the collaboration intends to contribute to the scholarly discourse, policy formulation, and strategic thinking related to CPEC and the broader Belt and Road Initiative.