چین کے شہر ننگژیا میں بین الاقوامی وائن کلچر، سیاحتی نمائش کا آغاز

 ینچوان، چین، ستمبر 8, 2022 /ژنہوا-ایشیانیٹ/- دوسرے چائنا (ننگژیا) بین الاقوامی وائن کلچر اور سیاحتی نمائش کی افتتاحی تقریب بدھ کو شمال مغربی چین کے شہر ننگژیا حوئی آٹونومس ریجن (خودمختار خطہ) کے دارالحکومت ینچوان میں منعقد ہوئی۔

12 ستمبر تک جاری رہنے والی اس ایکسپو میں شراب کا بین الاقوامی مقابلہ، شراب کا تجارتی میلہ اور پائلٹ زون کی تعمیر کے ساتھ ساتھ شراب کی پیداوار، ثقافت اور سیاحت پر فورمز شامل ہیں۔

ینچوان میں دوسرے چین (ننگژیا) انٹرنیشنل وائن کلچر اینڈ ٹورازم ایکسپو کی افتتاحی تقریب کا انعقاد

آرگنائزنگ کمیٹی کے مطابق 16 ممالک کے 43 پیداواری علاقوں سے شراب کی مجموعی 797 اقسام شراب کے مقابلے میں حصہ لیں گی جو گزشتہ سال کے مقابلے میں 25 فیصد زیادہ ہے۔

نمائش میں مجموعی طور پر 17.3 بلین یوآن (تقریبا 2.5 بلین امریکی ڈالر) مالیت کے 54 تعاون منصوبوں پر دستخط کیے گئے ہیں۔ جس میں شراب خانوں کی تعمیر، ثقافت اور سیاحت اور شراب کی فروخت کا احاطہ کیا گیا ہے۔

گزشتہ برسوں کے دوران ننگژیا چین میں شراب بنانے کا ایک بڑا علاقہ بن گیا ہے۔ گزشتہ سال جولائی میں چین میں اپنی نوعیت کا پہلا انگور اور شراب کی صنعت کے لئے نیشنل اوپن ڈویلپمنٹ جامع پائلٹ زون قائم کیا گیا تھا جس کا مقصد خطے کو چین کے بورڈو  (China’s Bordeaux) میں تبدیل کرنا تھا۔

اعداد و شمار سے ظاہر ہوتا ہے کہ ننگژیا میں انگور کے باغات کی کوریج 2021 میں 35,000 ہیکٹر تک پہنچ گئی ہے جو چین کی کل تعداد کا تقریبا ایک تہائی ہے۔خطے میں 116 شراب خانے مکمل ہو چکے ہیں جن کی سالانہ پیداوار 130 ملین بوتلیں ہیں۔مزید 112شراب خانے زیر تعمیر ہیں۔

2021 میں ننگژیا نے کووڈ کی وبا کے باوجود اپنی شراب کی برآمدات میں سالانہ 256 فیصد اضافہ دیکھا۔

ماخذ: دوسرے چین کی آرگنائزنگ کمیٹی (ننگژیا) بین الاقوامی وائن کلچر اور سیاحتی نمائش

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Int’l wine culture, tourism expo opens in China’s Ningxia

YINCHUAN, China, Sept. 8, 2022 /Xinhua-AsiaNet/–The opening ceremony of the second China (Ningxia) International Wine Culture and Tourism Expo was held Wednesday in Yinchuan, capital of northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region.

The expo, which runs until Sept. 12, features an international wine contest, a wine trade fair, and forums on pilot zone construction as well as wine production, culture and tourism.

The opening ceremony of the second China (Ningxia) International Wine Culture and Tourism Expo was held in Yinchuan.

According to the Organizing Committee, a total of 797 wine varieties from 43 producing regions in 16 countries will compete in the wine contest, up 25 percent from the previous year.

Fifty-four cooperation projects worth a total of 17.3 billion yuan (about 2.5 billion U.S. dollars) have been inked at the expo, covering winery construction, culture and tourism, and wine sales.

Over the years, Ningxia has grown into a major wine-making region in China. In July last year, the National Open Development Comprehensive Pilot Zone for the Grape and Wine Industry, the first of its kind in China, was set up, with the objective of turning the region into China’s Bordeaux.

Data shows that the coverage of vineyards in Ningxia has reached 35,000 hectares in 2021, accounting for nearly one third of China’s total. There are 116 wineries that have been completed in the region, with an annual output of 130 million bottles. Another 112 wineries are under construction.

In 2021, Ningxia saw its wine exports increase by 256 percent year-on-year despite the pandemic.

Source: The Organizing Committee of the Second China (Ningxia) International Wine Culture and Tourism Expo

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PM expresses gratitude to UAE for continued support to flood victims

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has expressed gratitude to the government of United Arab Emirates for its continued support to the Pakistani flood victims, including establishment of humanitarian corridor between the two countries.

In a tweet, he also thanked the UAE Red Crescent for launching donation campaign to support the flood relief efforts in Pakistan.

The Prime minister’s tweet came after two more relief flights from the UAE arrived at Nur Khan Airbase, Rawalpindi.

In total, eighteen flights from the UAE have landed in Pakistan carrying food, medical supplies, tents and other relief items.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Pakistan, Qatar need to extend ties beyond economic domain: Defence Minister

Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif says Pakistan and Qatar need to work closely to further extend their cooperation beyond the economic domain to defence, military exercises and training of personnel and joint ventures.

He was talking to Ambassador of Qatar to Pakistan Sheikh Saoud bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, who called on him in Islamabad.

The Defence Minister said Pakistan’s military institutions are open for Qatari Armed Forces to avail maximum training facilities.

He said Qatar is an important country and Pakistan attaches great value to its relations with it.

The Minister also highly appreciated Qatar’s contribution in the flood relief efforts in Pakistan.

The ambassador acknowledged the existing scope and scale of cooperation in the field of defence between the two countries and desired to undertake joint ventures in the respective field on progressive basis.

Source: Radio Pakistan

President expresses deep grief over loss of precious lives in China

President Dr. Arif Alvi has expressed deep grief and sorrow over the loss of precious lives and destruction of property in the devastating earthquake at Sichuan province in Southwestern China.

In a message, he conveyed his condolences to the Chinese leadership and expressed heartfelt sympathies with the people of Sichuan.

The President said the leadership and people of China are fully capable to win the battle against this natural calamity with their proven abilities and resilience.

President Arif Alvi said we stand with the Chinese people with the same spirit as they are standing with the victims of unfolding super floods which have devastated many parts of Pakistan.

Source: Radio Pakistan