Pakistan has said it will participate in a video meeting of Saarc nations as it recognized the requirement for “composed endeavors at worldwide and provincial level”, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed the alliance could cooperate to counter the risk of coronavirus.
The Prime Minister had contacted the eight-part South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) to chalk out a solid technique to battle coronavirus flare-up and required a conversation through video conferencing by the gathering’s initiative.
The representative for Pakistan’s outside undertakings service reacted at an opportune time Friday with a tweet and said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s unique associate for wellbeing had been deputed to take an interest in the proposed video meeting.
Modi had on Twitter encouraged India’s neighbors to hold hands to battle the coronavirus episode that has asserted in excess of 5000 lives worldwide and tainted in excess of 130,000 individuals.
“I might want to suggest that the administration of SAARC countries chalk out a solid methodology to battle Coronavirus. We could examine, by means of video conferencing, approaches to keep our residents solid. Together, we can set a guide to the world, and add to a more advantageous planet,” he tweeted.
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, the Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka—the other Saarc individuals—had reacted rapidly to Prime Minister Modi’s call.