ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar criticized the IMF’s demand for abandoning Pakistan’s nuclear assets. The minister further says that the attitude of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is highly unusual and the nuclear missile programs are Pakistan’s national assets, and the state will never compromise on them.
While speaking at a Senate session, the Finance Minister said, “Nobody has any right to talk about Pakistan’s national assets nor what range of missiles Pakistan can have. We have made our nuclear missiles, and we better know how to protect them.” Dar also pointed out the uncustomary demand of the IMF.
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The finance minister has raised the subject of the IMF’s demand for the abandonment of nuclear weapons in public for the first time. In private meetings, several Pakistani officials claimed that the Western nation had long demanded that Pakistan’s long-range nuclear missile program must be stopped.
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