Yasir Habib Khan
LAHORE, JAN 28th (Gwadar Pro) – After completing 3 years term, Mr Long Dingbin, Consul General of Consulate General of People’s Republic of China in Lahore has departed to China leaving behind lasting imprints of his staunchest support to CPEC and promotion of Sino-Pak relations despite all odds including COVID-19 pandemic.
In January 2017, he became the Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Lahore. On January 25, he bid farewell wishing Pakistan people to continue their strenuous efforts to cement a congenial bond between two all-weather friends—China and Pakistan.
Mr Peng ZhengWu, Deputy Consul General Lahore confirmed his departure, saying Mr Long Dingbin has returned to China after finishing his tenure.
Former Consul General of Lahore Mr Long Dingbin Joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs People’s Republic of China in 1987. He served as Attache, Third Secretary, Second Secretary, Deputy Director. In November 2002, he served as Director and First Secretary of the Office of the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia. In May 2008, he served as Chief Librarian and Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. In November 2011, he served as Counselor of the Foreign Security Affairs Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China. In October 2013, he served as a member of the Standing Committee of the Wenshan Prefecture Committee and Vice Governor of Yunnan Province. In October 2015, he served as Counselor of the Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China. Later in January, he became Consul General of Lahore.
During his 3-year stint, he remained vocal on Pak-China ties. Owing to his impartiality and kind personality, he enjoyed a good reputation in all political parties of Pakistan. “Our consulate is committed to promoting friendly exchanges and practical cooperation between the consular district and China in various fields, advancing the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, deepening the friendship between China and Pakistan, protecting the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese institutions and citizens in the consular district, and providing high-quality and efficient consular services to all parties,” he concluded.
Source: China Economic Net