ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) on Thursday said Pakistan’s call for financial help for battling economies, lifting sanctions on Iran and reducing enduring of Kashmiris considering the furious Covid-19 pandemic was picking up reverberation and turning into a solid voice all inclusive.

Outside Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui, in composed reactions to inquiries from writers under the new media preparation design, said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call for obligation rescheduling and financial help for the creating nations “has assembled footing as of late, prove by the joint proclamation of IMF and the World Bank calling for suspension of obligation installments for more unfortunate nations”.

Additionally, she said a phenomenal G-20 gathering is probably going to happen to examine the monetary effect of the coronavirus pandemic on worldwide economy and creating nations.

The Pakistan government in its strategic effort on the Covid-19 pandemic had basically centered around three messages — the requirement for giving help in reimbursement of advances and financial help to creating nations so they could concentrate on managing the pandemic; evacuation of US authorizes on Iran that were obstructing its battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, being the most exceedingly awful influenced nation in the Middle East; and lifting of lockdown and interchanges barricade forced by Indian occupation powers on Occupied Kashmir.

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