Pakistan urges need to mobilize $2.5 tr for developing countries to respond Covid 19 solutions


NEW YORK: At the United Nations, Pakistan has urged the need to mobilize at least 2.5 trillion dollars for the developing countries against the financing required to respond to the Covid 19 pandemic.

Speaking at a virtual symposium on partnership solutions, Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the World Body, Munir Akram said as President of UN Economic and Social Council, his priority is to focus on finding ways to financing require to respond the Pandemic.

He also called for close collaboration of all stakeholders across key sectors to build collective solutions and to help require for Covid-19.

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