ISLAMABAD: Rana Sanaullah Khan said that financial promises made at the UN climate conference in Geneva will give a significant impetus to the development of Pakistan. economy and serve as a rebuke to those who falsely claimed that the country facing Default.
On Monday, international donors announced their commitment to provide Pakistan with over 10 billion dollars in help to help with recovery efforts following last year devastating floods. Conference, co-hosted Pakistan and the United Nations, brought together representatives from some 40 countries and private donors and international financial institutions.
During the conference, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stated that Pakistan would need an additional $16.3 billion. over in next three years before begin restoration and strengthening of ability withstand impact of changing of the climate.
He stressed that while the country will work cover half of this cost is required to international community give support for other expenses.
In a press statement on tuesday, interior minister celebrated “chief achievement” on on behalf of of nation in his statement to reporters outside Punjab Assembly.
Khan announced in international donations made at a recent climate conference in Geneva is proof of trust and support in world It has for Pakistan and his coalition government. He also stated that the donations are a rebuttal of negative propaganda that has been circulated in recent months.
minister said government originally intended to raise $8 billion but was able to secure over $10 billion in pledges, with possibility of even more donations ahead. Khan emphasized that these funds are not loans, but rather grants that will help in pulls the country out of a crisis caused previous government and opposition.
He also said it would end the drama of popularity of opposition leader Imran Khan.
Besides, minister claimed there was some suspicious activity going on on in assembly of the Punjab, where he was not allowed to enter the assembly as speaker and chief minister on what he called “unconstitutional” and “illegal” move which he claims Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, chief minister of Punjab tries use to run far away from vote of confidence.
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