IMF exerts pressure on Sharif Government’s “friends” by refusing to unlock Pakistan’s loan as of yet


According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Pakistan needs to finish a few more tasks before it can access the final payment of a $6.5 billion loan in order to avoid defaulting. This will increase the pressure on the Shehbaz Sharif administration to obtain guarantees from “friends” who had pledged financial support. Ishaq Dar, the finance minister, later apologised for his comments that the country’s nuclear programme was to blame for the IMF loan’s delay. See if the country will soon be able to repay the loan or if it will default by watching the movie.Description Putin-friendly According to Bloomberg, Hungary prevented the EU from issuing a joint statement over the IPC’s arrest order for Vladimir Putin. Josep Borrell, the head of EU foreign policy, reportedly had to write a statement on the ICC warrant on his behalf as a result of Budapest’s action. Hungary had already disapproved of the EU justice ministers’ declaration endorsing the ICC inquiry. At the upcoming EU summit, which will be place in Brussels on March 23–24, Hungary “may voice,” according to Bloomberg, its view on the ICC warrant against Putin.


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