The burden of domestic and foreign debt on Pakistan, which is suffering from financial crisis, is continuously increasing. The report of the Economic Affairs Division (EAD) has stated that a total of two billion 23 million dollars was borrowed from July to September this year.
Under multilateral agreements, 682.3 million dollars were borrowed from July to September. Under bilateral agreements, 38.59 million dollars were borrowed from July to September.
During the first quarter of this financial year, 1 billion 160 million dollars were borrowed from the IMF, 11 billion dollars from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and 41 billion 69 million dollars from the International Development Association (IDA).
Economic in the affairs report, it is said that 1 crore 1.5 million dollars were borrowed from the Islamic Development Bank and 300 million dollars were received from Saudi Arabia in the form of oil facilities.
A loan of 5.49 million dollars was received from China and 4.4 million dollars from France. Total grants of 2.89 million dollars were also received from July to September.