US President Donald Trump has spoken with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and the 2 leaders agreed to work collectively on a coordinated response to defeat the coronavirus and decrease its financial impression, the White Home mentioned Wednesday. This was the primary name between the 2 leaders throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Trump and Khan had a bilateral assembly in Davos in January on the sidelines of the Davos Financial Summit.
“The leaders mentioned developments within the international combat towards the COVID-19 pandemic and agreed to proceed working collectively on a coordinated response to defeat the virus and decrease its financial impression,” the White Home mentioned in a readout of the decision.
“The 2 leaders additionally mentioned regional safety and different bilateral points,” it mentioned.
In Pakistan, the virus has killed 209 folks and contaminated 10,072 others.
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