Pakistan Has Given Sacrifices to Combat Terrorism: China

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Faced with mounting international criticism following the death of Osama Bin Laden on its soil, Pakistan was rescued by its old ally China on Tuesday, which announced “unswervingly” support for Islamabad’s anti-terrorism efforts. “Pakistan has made very important contribution to international counter terrorism cooperation as well as great sacrifices,” said China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Jiang Yu, as Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani commenced a trip to the country. “Indeed Pakistan is the victim of terrorism,” Yu added.