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PM asks Trump to lift sanctions on Iran till COVID-19 pandemic is over

PM asks Trump to lift sanctions on Iran till COVID-19 pandemic is over
March 22, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on Sunday has appealed to US President Donald Trump to lift sanctions on Iran till coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is over. The prime minister took his social media micro-blogging website twitter account and requested from the US president to to lift sanctions against Iran on humanitarian grounds to help the neighbouring country combat the coronavirus pandemic. “The people of Iran are facing untold suffering as sanctions are crippling Iran’s efforts to fight COVID19,” the prime minister said. “I want to appeal to President Trump on humanitarian grounds to lift the sanctions against Iran till the COVID19 pandemic is over. The people of Iran are facing untold suffering as sanctions are crippling Iran's efforts to fight COVID19. Humanity must unite to fight this pandemic,” PM Imran Khan tweeted. Earlier today, Pakistan is not facing the same situation like Italy and France and complete lockdown is not feasible in the country, said Prime Minister (PM0 Imran Khan. In his address to the nation today, the prime minister said that 25 per cent of Pakistani population lives below the poverty line so the complete lockdown is not feasible. “The chaos and panic is more dangerous than coronavirus (COVID-19),” he added. The prime minister maintained that going for complete lockdown will make lives of poor people miserable. “I would have gone for complete lockdown of the country had there was a similar situation in Pakistan like it had emerged in China and Italy.” PM Khan further stated that the government has no capacity to provide food in the houses of people.  He appealed the nation to observe self-discipline and quarantine to fight the deadly novel coronavirus pandemic. “We can come out of this challenging time by observing precautionary measures,” he said.
No shortage of grain in country
The nation can be identified during the difficult time. There is no shortage of grain in the country; there are so many things that nobody needs to store anything,” Imran Khan said.  
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