Former World Bank chief economist and president of Obama's Economic Council praises Pakistan's actions against Corona (Photo, Internet)
Islamabad: Pakistan's Corona strategy has been praised internationally.
Larry Summers, a former chief economist at the World Bank and president of Obama's Economic Council, called Pakistan's corona measures "tremendous" and said that if the United States, like Pakistan, had acted against the code, ten trillion dollars could have been saved.
Earlier, the World Health Organization, the World Economic Forum and the International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG), a subsidiary of the United Nations, also described the measures taken to prevent Pakistan's coronavirus as a model for the world. He has said that the world wants to learn from Pakistan.
Pakistan's civil and military leadership. The federal and provincial civil administrations and the Pakistan Army not only saved precious lives but also ensured the health and safety of the people through historic measures.
At a time when most countries in the region and the world are facing criticism, the definition of Pakistan's corona strategy is proof that the Pakistani nation can unite and turn challenges into success.