The commitment of the World Bank to immediately give 850 million dollars to help Pakistan in relief activities IG News

New York: The World Bank (World Bank) has committed to give 850 million dollars immediately to help Pakistan in relief activities.

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According to Hum News, this determination was expressed by the President of the World Bank, David Malpass, in a meeting with the Prime Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif. The meeting took place on the occasion of the 77th session of the United Nations.

Prime Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif appreciated the World Bank’s partnership with Paksan and discussed its activities in the country.

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The Central President of Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mian Shahbaz Sharif in a meeting with the President of the World Bank David Malpass informed him about the steps taken by the government to introduce economic policy, the government for additional investment and financial resources from the international community. Clarified the needs of

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He told the President of the World Bank about the devastating effects of floods in Pakistan and thanked him for providing 372 million US dollars.

The President of the World Bank said on this occasion that Pakistan should be prioritized for its flexible reconstruction with the collective support of the international community. He also expressed sympathy and condolence over the damage and destruction caused by the flood.

In the meeting with the Prime Minister, the willingness of the World Bank Group to help in the reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts of Pakistan was expressed.

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According to Hum News, in David Malpas’ meeting with Mian Shahbaz Sharif, it was also agreed to continue working to strengthen governance and service delivery in Pakistan.