Seeking aid from friendly countries for last time: Asad Umar

ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Asad Umar said on Wednesday that discussions are proceeding with the International Monetary Fund and Pakistan is looking for help from the inviting nations for the last time. 

While tending to a service in Islamabad, the back pastor said that the administration is chipping away at long haul and transient technique. 

Umar said that Pakistan and China offered space to a third nation to partake in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor plan. 

He said that the CPEC is imperative for the district and the third accomplice can take an interest in speculation. 

The pastor said that in April an exchange structure contract will be made with Turkey and it will advance exchange with Iran and Europe. 

Not long ago, Asad Umar said that the nation isn't exclusively depending on the International Monetary Fund for financial alleviation as it has likewise made elective framework. The pastor said that the IMF has not set any non-monetary condition and it is only an alternative to restore the economy.

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