外文标题：Pakistan, China agree on need to maintain south Asia strategic balance
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China have agreed on the need for maintaining strategic balance in South Asia as top officials from both sides discussed bilateral and regional issues during Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's visit here.
The issue of regional situation figured in the delegation-level talks between Sartaj Aziz, the advisor to the prime minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, and the Chinese foreign minister, who led a seven-member delegation.
"In the delegation-level talks between the advisor and the Chinese foreign minister, the two sides reviewed all aspects of the bilateral relationship," Pakistan's foreign office said in a statement issued at the conclusion of Wang's two-day trip on Friday.
"The two sides also took stock of regional developments and agreed on the need for maintaining strategic balance in South Asia," it said.
Besides discussing bilateral and regional matters, the two sides also held talks on the United Nations Security Council.
"Both sides agreed on the need to make United Nations Security Council more representative and effective, and that its reform should be achieved by consensus," it said.
Who is China to talk the strategic balance in South Asia. Then India should help Japan to maintain the strategic balance in East Asia.
every body is plaing their game........india is rich now....money talks loud words buddy....
membership if india security council ....... means membership of Pakistan in security council. ..... USA support India in the same way China support Pakistan. ....
indian are always opposite to China pay relations ......but nothing is going by ur opposition......China is big Enemy of India ...... China is also opposing for indias membership in security council. .........
don't worry China they'll be exporting Taliban to you soon
Now path is cleared for Japan, USA and India to agree to maintain the strategic balance in South China sea and areas around.