Bangla Hunt Desk: The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has appealed to the international community that, Debt repayment for low-income and most vulnerable countries will have to be rescheduled and the financial liabilities of the least developed countries will have to be abolished. This information has been informed in a news on Friday.
The cash crunch has exacerbated Pakistan's economic woes due to the Corona epidemic, and the Imran Khan government continues to seek financial support from global organizations, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
According to Pakistan's Dawn media, Imran Khan prepared a 10-point agenda for immediate action at the UN General Assembly's special session on Kovid-19 on Thursday, emphasizing the steps that international groups should take at this time.
According to Dawn, the first on her list is for low-income and most affected countries to apply for a moratorium on debt repayments until the end of the epidemic. The second priority is the demand for debt relief for the least developed countries that do not have the capacity to repay their loans.
The 100-day digital session of the General Assembly, which begins on Thursday, is being attended by about 100 world leaders and several ministers. Today is Friday, the last day of this general session.