IMF team to visit Pakistan soon, says PM Shehbaz
Top state leader Shehbaz Sharif has expressed that an IMF gathering will visit Pakistan soon for talks pointed toward easing the country’s financial emergencies.
Shehbaz Sharif expressed in a Saturday tweet that during a telephone conversation with IMF Overseeing Chief Ms Kristalina Georgieva on Friday, he educated her regarding Pakistan’s assurance to complete the provisions of the IMF’s credit program.
The state head additionally said: “I likewise made sense of Pakistan’s financial challenges particularly after the overwhelming floods.”
Shehbaz said an IMF assignment will come to Pakistan soon.
In a phone call with Managing Director of the IMF yesterday, I told her about the government's resolve to complete the terms of IMF's program. I also explained Pakistan's economic difficulties especially after the devastating floods. IMF delegation will come to Pakistan soon.— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) January 7, 2023
IMF reiterates commitment to help Pakistan
IMF Overseeing Chief Ms. Kristalina Georgieva called Top state leader Shehbaz Sharif via phone on Friday and emphasized her obligation to aid Pakistan in the troublesome period.
She likewise communicated her profound compassion and worried for the human and material misfortunes because of the new floods.
The top state leader thanked the IMF Overseeing Chief for her anxiety about the aftermath of the floods and offered a solicitation to the IMF boss to partake in the Environment Versatile Pakistan Gathering in Geneva.
The IMF Overseeing Chief said thanks to the Top state leader for the greeting, however, expressed that because of IMF Executive gatherings on Monday and Tuesday, she would simply have the option to join in remotely.
The state head guaranteed the IMF boss that Pakistan is committed to completing the continuous IMF advance program and said thanks to Ms. Kristalina Georgieva for her insight and compassion for Pakistan’s issues.