General Michael Corrella, head of the US Central Command, has said that he is satisfied with the safeguards of Pakistan’s nuclear program.
US General Michael E. Corrella told the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday that Pakistan is currently facing budget, economic problems and political tensions.
The CENTCOM commander further said that at present Pakistan is also facing the challenge of terrorism. After the end of the ceasefire with TTP, the attacks of the banned in Pakistan are on the rise.
General Michael E. Corrella also said that he has excellent relations with Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir.
It should be noted that some senators in Pakistan’s upper house, including Senator Raza Razarbani, raised questions on the unusual length of Pakistan’s ongoing negotiations with the IMF and said whether the International Monetary Fund is not putting any pressure on the country regarding Pakistan’s nuclear program. putting
Refusal of IMF to impose conditions on nuclear assets
However, the IMF on Sunday night denied imposing any condition on Pakistan’s nuclear assets for the staff-level agreement.
In a statement, IMF representative for Pakistan Easter Prez said that there is no truth in the speculations related to Pakistan’s nuclear program.
In any agreement between the IMF and Pakistan, there is no talk about the nuclear program, the negotiations with Pakistan are only on economic policy.
He said that negotiations with Pakistan are being held to solve economic problems and balance of payments, the focus of the negotiations is to bring macroeconomic stability and financial stability.
Earlier, various speculations regarding Pakistan’s nuclear program were circulating on social, digital and print media for some time. In these speculations, attempts were being made to link Pakistan’s nuclear program with talks with the IMF.
In this regard, the Prime Minister’s Office explained that Pakistan’s nuclear and missile program is a national asset whose protection is paramount for the state.
“Pakistan’s nuclear program is completely safe, foolproof and not subject to any pressure.” The purpose for which this capability was acquired is being fulfilled. All speculations and rumors in the media regarding Pakistan’s nuclear and missile programs are baseless.
Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar also told the Senate that there will be no compromise on Pakistan’s nuclear and missile programs. He had said that no one has the right to dictate to us on Pakistan’s missile program. Pakistan itself will decide how much the range of its missiles should be.