US to Provide $21 Million to Pakistan to Fight Coronavirus

Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States Asad Majeed Khan says the United States will provide $21 million to Pakistan to fight the coronavirus. Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Asad Majeed Khan, in an interview with Nasdaq TV, said that Pakistan’s economic development journey has been hampered due to Corona.

He said that the government has taken several steps to provide financial assistance to the needy and the US government has also included Pakistan in the list of 10 priority countries. The United States will provide $21 million in aid to Pakistan to fight Corona.

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He said that Pakistan benefited from the IMF’s $1.4 billion rapid finance facility. Pakistan will also seek facilitation from the G20 countries to ease the repayment of loans.

The Pakistani Ambassador said that the World Bank has also helped Pakistan in this extraordinary situation.

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