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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday discussed the state of Pakistan’s economy and implementation of reforms.
The discussion was made in a virtual meeting between IMF Managing Director (MD), Kristalina Georgieva and Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue, Hammad Azhar and State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Governor Dr Reza Baqir.
Federal Minister for Finance, Hammad Azhad while terming the discussion fruitful said he had a productive virtual meeting with IMF managing director on the state of Pakistan’s economy and implementation of reforms. He expressed gratitude for her acknowledgment of the positive economic indicators and the need to keep the welfare of the people of Pakistan as the focus of all policy endeavours of the country.
“Had a productive virtual meeting with IMF MD on the state of Pakistan’s economy and implementation of reforms.
Grateful that she acknowledged the positive economic indicators and the need to keep the welfare of the people of Pakistan as the focus of all our policy endeavours,” he tweeted.
Meanwhile, in a tweet, the managing director IMF said it was great to speak with Hammad Azhar and Dr Reza Baqir. She commended Pakistan’s response to the health and economic crisis. “Great to speak with Pakistan’s @Hammad_Azhar and @DRezaBaqir today. I commended Pakistan’s response to the health and economic crisis, and we discussed the way forward for vital economic reforms and external financing needed to build a better future for Pakistan’s people.” – TLTP