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Ishaq urges India to act ‘wisely’

WASHINGTON: Finance Minister of Pakistan Ishaq Dar has said that Pakistan wants peace in the sub-continent and its military has the capability to give a suitable reply if India tries to wage a war against the country, ARY News reports.

Ishaq Dar, speaking to media on his visit to the United States, said that trade has to be promoted for the region’s development. He added that Pakistan wants peace in the region as well.

The Finance Minister, commenting on the hostility between Pakistan and India at Line of Control (LOC), said that Indian government should act wisely. He added that the wars between the two countries fought earlier have not benefitted anyone.

Ishaq Dar also said that the growth rate of the country is 4.1 percent which is the highest in six years.

Finance Ministry sources have stated that the fourth and fifth review meetings between Pakistani officials and International Monetary Fund (IMF) have been adjoined.

According to details, Pakistan will receive lump sum two installments of $1.1 billion by the end of December this year if it meets all the conditions set by the IMF.

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