Double Click 728 x 90
Double Click 900 x 250

PM Imran Khan asks rich countries to support developing countries


Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

28th May, 2020. 08:21 pm
Double Click 160 x 600
PM Imran Khan

PM Imran Khan said that coronavirus is a global problem and developed countries should support the developing countries.

Addressing the Global Virtual Summit on Investment for Development after Coronavirus, PM Imran Khan said that COVID-19 is a global issue, which can be tackled through joint efforts. Corona has adversely affected the global economy while developing countries are more affected by this virus.

The Prime Minister said that our exports have been affected due to Coronavirus, the poor have been more affected due to the lockdown, developing countries should have more help than what has been done so far. Aid to developing countries should be increase, he added.

“Nigeria, Ethiopia and Egypt are facing the same problems as us. We welcome the actions of the G20 countries against Coronavirus,” he said.

This virtual meeting is being hosted by the Prime Ministers of Canada, Jamaica and the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

In his address, the Prime Minister expressed his views on the possible repayment of loans to developing countries and possible ways to resolve various financial difficulties.

PM Imran Khan directs to conduct transparent investigation of PIA Plane Crash

Earlier today, PM Imran Khan directed the authorities to conduct a transparent investigation of the Karachi plane crash and make the people aware of the facts.

According to details, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan on the issue of plane crash in Karachi in which PIA and aviation officials presented a preliminary report on the plane crash to the Prime Minister.

Officials told the prime minister in a briefing that investigations were ongoing. Most of the bodies have been identified and the rest are being identified.

Double Click 300 x 250

Download BOL News App for latest news