On Saturday, China said it had agreed to "firmly move forward" with infrastructure projects in Pakistan following meetings between Mr Khan and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
The delegation will hold talks with Chinese officials to finalise a possible economic package, in a follow-up to Prime Minister Imran Khan's five-day visit to China last week.
Pakistan's finance minister Asad Umar who accompanied Khan said on Tuesday that China had promised at the highest level to help through an assistance package to tide over the crisis but did not reveal the amount.
"Some people tried to portray the current government as a regime which is inattentive towards Pakistan's relationship with China".
The foreign minister said that 15 memorandum of understandings (MoU) were signed in China.
In his comments on Tuesday, Umar said "we had told you about the United States dollars 12 billion financing gap, of which $6 billion have come from Saudi Arabia, and the rest has come from China".
"We decided that our strategic dialogue must be upgraded and its level be raised to the foreign ministers level", he said. "We no longer face any deficit in the balance of payment".
Pakistan has recently approached the International Monetary Fund for a bailout package and wants to minimise its loans with the international lender apprehending stringent financial conditions which included scrutiny of the confidential details of the CPEC.
The foreign minister also said that he is confident that the discussions held in the recent visit would help Pakistan "double its exports", adding that one of the primary objectives of the China visit was to attend China's export and import exhibition, where 130 countries participated and Pakistan was given a centre stage and keynote address.
The economic corridor will not only provide China with cheaper access to Africa and the Middle East but will also earn Pakistan billions of dollars for providing transit facilities to the world's second-largest economy.
"All rumors were put to rest after PM Imran Khan visited China", Zhao wrote.
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. "We believe our ties withstood the test of times in domestic and worldwide changes", she said.