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اسلام آباد(قدرت روزنامہ)اقوام متحدہ نے پاکستان کیلئے ڈونرز کانفرنس کرنے کا فیصلہ کرلیا ہے، ڈونرز کانفرنس رواں سال کے آخر تک منعقد کی جائے گی، ڈونرز کانفرنس کے ذریعے پاکستان کو سیلاب سے نمٹنے کیلئے خاطر خواہ امداد ملے گی . اے آروائی نیوز کے مطابق اقوام متحدہ نے پاکستان کیلئے ڈونرز کانفرنس کرنے کا فیصلہ کرلیا ہے، اقوام متحدہ اب ڈونرز کانفرنس کا خود انعقاد اور میزبانی کرے گا، پاکستان کیلئے ڈونرز کانفرنس اس سال کے آخر تک منعقد کی جائے گی،ڈونرز کانفرنس میں فرانس بھی میزبانی کرے گا .


It has been learned that the United Nations has started preparations for the Donors Conference for Pakistan. There will be an immediate and positive response from the international community for the Donors Conference, through the Donors Conference Pakistan will get adequate help to deal with the floods.
On the other hand, according to the news agency, the German Broadcasting Agency says that the British newspaper Financial Times, referring to a United Nations policy document, has said that countries that have given loans to Pakistan should consider giving loan repayment relief so that Pakistani authorities can focus more on relief activities for flood victims. can concentrate.

Pakistan’s financial crisis has significantly worsened due to the floods, so Pakistan should provide international debt relief and debt restructuring. The recent floods in Pakistan have affected 3.3 million people and killed 1576 people. However, the actual death toll may be higher, while damage is estimated at more than $30 billion.
The policy document, which the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) will share with the Pakistan government this week, asks countries that have given loans to the country to consider debt relief, the paper said. So should do instead of concentrating. Upon debt repayment, Pakistani policy makers will have more opportunity to prioritize relief and relief work in the wake of the flood disaster.
The Pakistan government and United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres have blamed climate change for the floods. The paper reports that the policy document proposes a debt restructuring, or swap, in which debtors agree to invest in Pakistan’s climate-resilient infrastructure in return for debt repayment. will provide relief.

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