ISLAMABAD - Ambassador of Peoples Republic of China Liu Jian called on Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani in the PMs House to discuss the timeframe, programme details as well as the agenda of his forthcoming visit to China in the second half of May. He apprised the Prime Minister that every effort would be made by the Government of China in consultation with the Government of Pakistan to make the visit substantive and result oriented. The Prime Minister directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to coordinate and hold in depth meetings with all the relevant departments of the government for focusing on the energy, power generation, infrastructure, communications, reconstruction of the flood affected areas, and agricultural sectors cooperation, during the visit. He thanked the Government of China for its plan to set up agricultural research and demonstration centres in Pakistan and informed the Chinese ambassador that he would like to have these centres in Multan for BT cotton, in Faisalabad for textiles, in Gujranwala for rice and in major wheat growing areas of Pakistan for the wheat. The Prime Minister directed the relevant ministries and departments to put up the current status of implementation of all the decisions taken during the Chinese premiers visit to Pakistan last year and for preparing a comprehensive agenda of his talks with the Chinese president, Chinese premier as well as other leadership including the corporate sector. Special secretary foreign affairs and other senior officers were also present in the meeting.