Coronavirus: IMF helps $ 1.4 billion to Pakistan for dealing with COVID-19 crisis

Coronavirus: IMF helps $ 1.4 billion to Pakistan for dealing with COVID-19 crisis

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Coronavirus is news of relief for Pakistan battling the global epidemic. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved $ 1.4 billion to tackle the COVID-19 epidemic in Pakistan, facing an economic crisis due to coronavirus.

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The IMF said in its statement on Thursday that the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised about $ 1.4 billion to meet the urgent need to fight against COVID-19 in Pakistan under Rapid Financing Instrument (RFI) on an emergency basis.

He said that the amount of this assistance was allowed to strengthen Pakistan’s health and relief activities in the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic. He said that our purpose was to reduce the pandemic and its economic impact. Let us tell you that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan requested help in dealing with the coronavirus crisis.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced a $ 1.4 billion relief package for Pakistan in cash crisis and turmoil. The IMF has approved this assistance to strengthen health and relief programs in Pakistan affected by a coronavirus.

The IMF’s executive board on Thursday gave relief money for Pakistan’s treatment and health-related problems. Earlier, debt-ridden Pakistan sought help from the IMF after talking about its plight.

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