Pakistani PM Khan spoke with President Buhari about debt reduction | Instant News


– President Muhammadu Buhari and his Pakistani counterpart, Prime Minister Imran Khan, had just made a telephone conversation

– The two leaders held talks almost 48 hours after the president participated in the Non-Aligned Movement online meeting

– Discussions are based on how debt reduction initiatives will be launched to help developing countries amid the global virus crisis

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President Muhammadu Buhari and the prime minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, His Excellency Imran Khan, had just made a telephone conversation.

The tweets from the official page of the president confirmed that the conversation between the two leaders was held on Thursday afternoon, May 7.

The point of discussion, according to the statement, is based on global initiatives on debt relief carried out by leaders of the Non-Aligned Movement Contact Group (NAM) for developing countries.

Legit.ng remembering that President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, May 4, participate in the online NAM Summit in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Themed meeting Unite Against COVID-19 is led by the president of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the current chairman of the NAM, Ilham Aliyev.

One area of ​​discussion is how debt relief campaigns will be launched for developing countries to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic & the unprecedented health & socio-economic challenges facing most of them.

President Ilham, who oversees the meeting, explained that his country had donated 5 million dollars to the World Health Organization (WHO) to help fight the deadly Coronavirus.

He also revealed that the country had allocated 3.5 billion dollars for the implementation of the country’s social intervention program.

In further developments, Prime Minister Imran Khan held pleasant talks with his Nigerian counterpart on Thursday, and the talks were channeled towards how developing countries would be saved from debt shackles amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng report it Nigeria has received a $ 3.4 billion emergency loan requested International Monetary Fund (IMF).

The emergency fund was approved by the IMF board on April 28. These funds are intended to help Nigeria’s struggle against COVID-19.

IMF managing director, Kristalina Georgieva, revealed on Tuesday, May that $ 3.4 billion had been credited to the CBN account.

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