Foreign tours Nawaz Sharif accompanying staff spent millions. Trips have cost the national exchequer Rs 638.27 million.
Pakistan Prime Minister visit abroad and their expenses.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed the National Assembly that Sharif has spent a total of 185 days.
Abroad in 65 foreign tours with accompanying staff of 631 officers.
During each transit, the premier stopped for at least a couple of days which cost the nation Rs137.8 million.
According to data presented in the National Assembly by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The premier spent a total of 185 days abroad in 65 foreign tours with accompanying staff of 631 officers which cost the exchequer Rs638.27 million.
According to the data provided the National Assembly, Sharif visited Britain 17 times.
Spending about two months in the UK, of which 32 days were listed as official stay while 24 were listed as transits.
However, during each transit, Sharif stopped for at least a couple of days which cost the exchequer Rs 137.8 million.
After the UK, Sharif spent most of his time in the US, visiting the country for 18 days.
He also visited Saudi Arabia five times, followed by the US and China which he visited four times.
Turkey was Sharif’s another favoured destination which he visited at least once every year.
Pakistan has received a slew of loans from international lenders to improve its economic condition.
The World Bank approved a USD 500 million loan to Pakistan for energy sector reform last year.
IMF also agreed to grant USD 502 million to the country under a bailout package arrangement.
Foreign tours Nawaz Sharif accompanying staff spent millions.
The World Bank and the Asian Development Bank decided to give USD 2 billion to Pakistan for energy sector reforms under a medium-term programme.
The programmer was part of USD 10 billion that the international lenders had agreed to provide over a period of three years.