Islamabad: Sources revealed that Pakistan would likely secure a multi-billion dollar financial support package from longtime ally Saudi Arabia this month. The two finance ministry officials said the package would include deposits boosting the country’s foreign reserves, and oil on deferred payments. Minister for Finance and Revenue Senator Ishaq Dar, earlier during a press conference, hoped that talks with Saudi Arabia would materialise soon — and Pakistan would not “default”.

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