As per Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is not taking Pakistan into their confidence due to the fact that the past administration ended its agreement with the company.
Furthermore, when the agreement was signed for the first time, it should have been upheld. He was putting his statement in front of a gathering of his party’s senators in Islamabad.
“It had been a tough phase and I want to focus on the fact that situations like this would be coming soon,” stated the IMF.
“The IMF was being insistent on us fulfilling all the demands and rules of this deal.”
The confidence was given by the premier with the expectation that the difficulties like these would be ending soon, in the upcoming few days, and stated that the specifics of this deal with the IMF had been joined hands.
But when an agreement was being signed once, he warned that things would not be getting easier very quickly.