ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari has said that Pakistan wants to institutionalise its bilateral relations with China by enhancing economic cooperation in various fields. A meeting of the high level Task Force on China was held Saturday in the Presidency. The meeting briefed the President on the status of various initiatives undertaken during the President's recent visit to China to further enhance economic cooperation between the two countries. The diverse fields in which fresh initiatives were undertaken recently included Telecommunications, Energy, Agriculture, Cement, Steel, Mineral, Education, Irrigation and Environment. The meeting was attended by Waqar Ahmad Khan, Minister for Investment, Syed Naveed Qamar, Minister for Privatization, Raja Parvaiz Ashraf, Minister for Water & Power, Shaukat Tareen, Advisor to PM for Finance, Sardar Assef Ahmed Ali, Dy chairman Planning Commission, Kamal Majidullah, SAPM on Water Resources and Agriculture and Secretaries of the relevant ministries. The Ambassador of China in Islamabad also attended the meeting on special invitation.