"We do not have any balance of payments crisis now", Umar was quoted as saying.
Umar said that after these commitments by China, Pakistan's balance of payments issue was effectively resolved.
Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to China from November 2-5 has moved the overall economic relationship between the two friendly countries to the next level, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) on Tuesday.
"Pakistan is China's all weather partner".
An embarrassed PTV later tweeted, "Today, during a live address of the Prime Minister during his ongoing visit to China, a typographical error took place, which remained on screen for 20 seconds and later removed. I want to make that clear in unequivocal terms that we do not have any balance of payments crisis now". That was just a day before a team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) arrived in the country's capital of Islamabad for two weeks to discuss Pakistan's request for another bailout.
During Khan's visit to China, Pakistan media reported that Beijing had agreed to provide $6 billion in aid to the cash-strapped country which included a loan of $1.5 billion along with an additional package of $3 billion for the CPEC.
Officials said that Pakistan may still seek a financial package from IMF to back up the reserves and enter the global bond market.
Discussions will also be held pertaining to Pakistan-made products' access to the Chinese markets, the sources said.
CPEC, a $64 billion megaproject signed in 2014, aims to connect China's strategically important northwestern Xinjiang province to Pakistan's Gwadar Port through a network of roads, railways and pipelines to transport cargo, oil and gas. "This tour helped in moving the strategic relationship to an economic partnership", he said.
"The Turkish people always consider Pakistan as their second home, and we wish to see this country always strong and prosperous", Yurdakul said.
While Khan's government was able announce the financial support, both analysts said Pakistan's military could continue to be the main actor in the nation's affairs with China.
Khan added that peace in Yemen is vital for regional stability.
He said details of the agreements signed between Pakistan and China would come to the fore in the next few days.