China has agreed to provide four trainers aircrafts for Pakistan Air Force and 60 Million Yuan for training purposes of the Armed Forces of Pakistan. Both countries signed agreements to this effect in Ministry of Defence on Monday. Federal Minister for Defence, Ch. Ahmad Mukhtar, and the Chinese Defence Minister, General Liang Guangile, put signatures on the agreements on behalf of their respective countries. Earlier, the seventeen members defence delegation, led by General Liang Guangile, Minister for National Defence of China, called on Federal Minister for Defence, Ch.Ahmad Mukhtar, and exchanged views on bilateral defence cooperation, geo-strategic situation of the region and the anti-terror efforts made by Pakistan. Both sides agreed to further increase military cooperation and strategic communication at all levels so as to overcome the challenges being confronted by the two countries. In order to promote and increase interaction and closer collaboration between the Armed Forces of the two countries, the meeting agreed to hold Joint Exercises by the three forces of the two countries. The meeting discussed the security environment of the region and emphasized the need for making joint efforts to weed out terrorism. It was also agreed to share intelligence gathering which was essential for defeating the terrorist elements. General Liang Guangile assured his counterpart that China would continue to provide military and economic assistance to Pakistan so as to make it a stronger and prosperous country. He further assured that his country would continue to support Pakistan's stance on different issues on every international forum. Appreciating the unflinching support provided by the Peoples Republic of China to Pakistan, the Minister said that Pakistan was highly indebted to China for supporting Pakistan in difficult times and specially its role in developing & strengthening the defence sector of Pakistan. The meeting was attended by Secretary Defence, Lt General Syed Athar Ali (Retd), Rear Admiral Shah Sohail Masood, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Defence, and other senior military and defence officials of Pakistan.