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In an interview to a television news channel on Sunday, Trump had defended his administration's decision to stop hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Pakistan for not doing enough.
Khan's tweets came a day after President Trump defended his administration's decision to stop hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Pakistan for not doing enough to curb terrorism.
The Assets Recovery Unit was referring a case of the new London property belonging to the Sharif family to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for investigation.
It is estimated that about a trillion dollars are transferred to rich countries from poor countries like Pakistan, Khan said.
Imran Khan says Pakistan got a 'big aid' deal from China; won't reveal quantum under President Xi's instructions
The Pakistan government is facing grave economic challenges as it struggles to avoid a financial crisis and keep the economy afloat.
Khan attacked former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, saying what he told an accountability court on Friday was not a U-turn but a "lie".
The Pakistan government is keen to minimise the amount borrowed from the International Monetary Fund by getting loans from "friendly" countries like Saudi Arabia, China and Malaysia.
Ghani said Afghanistan and Pakistan need to together agree with the US and the rest of the world community on counter-terrorism.
Pakistan government approves Rs 1,700 crore bailout package to keep Pakistan International Airlines afloat
After coming to power, the PTI government struck PIA off the privatisation list without first framing a plan to revive the ailing airline, pushing it into more losses.
The Unit was set up by Prime Minister Imran Khan to bring illegal money stashed abroad.
Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Shehbaz Sharif also wished the Hindu community on the occasion.
Earlier reports from Pakistan said Beijing has committed a similar amount during Khan's visit but Chinese officials declined to confirm it.
The statement follows Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s trip to Beijing November 2-5, where he met top Chinese leaders.
Pakistan sees China as a great opportunity to progress, attract investment.
Mr Xi hailed the China-Pakistan all-weather strategic cooperative partnership as a special friendship shaped and developed during a long time of mutual support and close cooperation.