Memorandum for Partnership and Development
You great entity and the Honorable and valuable guests, I have honor and pleasure of welcoming you all here at this very historical palace in the heart of Hunza. It became proverbial that “Sino-Pak relations are higher than the Karakorum’s and deeper than the Arabian Sea”. We Hunzukuz (People of Hunza) expect that the moment which we were waiting since long has been over and we believe your blissful visit will set a foundation for lasting development ahead. This place witnessed the foundation of relations between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (IRP) however Sino-Hunza relations backed to 19th century when Mir Safdar Ali Khan build a firm relations with the PRC. Respected chief guest, we deem it suitable to make this gathering fruitful and making the event historical one with consistent practical results by your kind presence. Here we rightly mention some points solving these direct development and stronger relations with the common men and women of Hunza desires and anticipates.
Your majesty, no one knows better than you that the fertile land of Hunza produces dynamic talent yet they face severe economic crisis in accomplishing their educational journey. We request your honor to facilitate the scholarships to our emerging intellectual youth who are waiting to take admission in Chinese Universities who ultimately would become cultural ambassadors of peace and development between the two countries.
His Excellency, Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has not only shown personal interest but practically signed an MOU with PRC government to establish an economic corridor between the countries through the land of Hunza. We request your honor to chalk out plan to benefit us by giving special concession declaring Hunza as a free trade zone in this regard.
It is a sound reality that PRC has surpassed all the world economies by a miracle speed. It has many leading tourist resorts; annually it receives highest number of tourists around the world. We the people of Hunza request your government to extend the access to Hunza through Khunjrav Top and assure their transit to Hunza on easy terms so that Hunza too would prosper.
As your kind honor is well aware of the fact that language is not only a source of identity but it assures the stronger ties between different people having different linguistic backgrounds. We wish you may lead us in establishing a Sino-Hunza language and cultural centre.
At last but not least the biggest issue the country of Pakistan confronts these days is electricity but Hunza suffers the most. The people of Hunza believes that if the government of your country the super power of all would take personal interest by all means of support the problem will be curbed within a year. We are looking forward to your government to shake hand with Mir of Hunza regarding the settlement of electricity crisis.
Finally we thank you all our distinguished guests to see you here in Hunza, we hope that your majesties will give us the same opportunity to welcome you here again.
His Excellency, Ambassador of PRC in Islamabad, Pakistan
Deputy Secretary Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region