Islamabad- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has left for China Friday to lead Pakistan's delegation in the annual meeting of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders meeting being held in Beijing.

During the visit a number of agreements and MoUs will be signed by the two countries.

"Most of the agreements will be in the field of energy" while there will be some other agrements also, Foreign Office spokesperson said. The PM will hold meetings with the Chinese President and the Premier and discuss regional situation and bilateral relations. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is visiting China on the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping to attend Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Informal Leaders' meeting in Beijing.

An annual APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting is attended by the heads of government of all APEC members. The location of the meeting rotates annually among members, and this time it's going to be held in Beijing.

During the visit, the two countries will sign agreements worth 35 billion dollars investment in Pakistan.

They include 14 projects relating to 10,400 MW electricity generation, besides several contracts for infrastructure development and development of Gwadar Port in Balochistan. These also include construction of Khuzdar-Gwadar road as part of China-Pakistan economic corridor.

The two countries would also sign agreements for cooperation in railways and establishment of special economic zones.