Imran, Trudeau stress for coordinated global response to COVID crisis

By: News Desk
Published: 12:02 PM, 4 May, 2020
Imran, Trudeau stress for coordinated global response to COVID crisis
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Prime Minister Imran Khan and Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau in a telephonic exchange on Monday talked about the COVID-19 developments and the measures both countries have taken to protect people and economies.

As per the statement issued by the Canadian PM Office, the two leaders discussed their respective efforts to fight the pandemic and protect the health, safety, and economic well-being of their citizens.

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Prime Minister Trudeau thanked Prime Minister Khan for Pakistan’s ongoing help to repatriate Canadians seeking to return home during this crisis.

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau in a tweet on official twitter account @JustinTrudeau said: “I spoke on the phone with the Prime Minister of Pakistan, @ImranKhanPTI, earlier today. We talked about the latest COVID-19 developments and the measures we’ve taken to protect our people and our economies.”

Prime Minister Trudeau and Prime Minister Khan spoke about the importance of a coordinated global response to the COVID crisis, and in particular support for the needs of vulnerable countries affected by the pandemic. In this regard, they welcomed measures such as the debt relief agreed by the G20.

The prime ministers agreed to continue cooperating closely and noted the importance of the strong people-to-people ties between the two countries.

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