Microsoft Co-founder Bill gates have recently written a Letter to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan and shown his interest in exploring investment opportunities in Pakistan. Bill Gates expressed the interest to explore investment opportunities in Pakistan, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) confirmed in a tweet on Tuesday.
According to the tweet: “The letter also stated that Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is interested in investing in the health sector of Pakistan.”
The Letter was delivered to PM Imran Khan by Dr. Christopher Elias, President of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundations Global Development Division, along with Director General World Health Organisation (WHO) Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreye, met with the premier today in Islamabad,APPreported.
The letter also states that Bill Gates foundation also wishes to invest in the health sector of Pakistan. General Director of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was also present on the occasion.
The Prime Minister also declared Pakistan’s commitment to tackling polio eradication as a national public health emergency. Briefing to Dr. Elias and Dr. Ghebreye about the government effort to this part, the premier said that polio vaccination activities were well organized. They have maintained close collaboration with provincial governments and directly overseen by the national, provincial and divisional task forces.
Both the visiting parties appreciated the efforts of the government of Pakistan in eradicating polio from the country as the Government wants to see Pakistan polio-free in the future. In December, PM Imran Khan and Bill Gates had a telephonic conversation in which he praised Pakistani leader for his efforts for eradication of polio, if sources are true it lasted almost 30 minutes.
On the other hand, Microsoft Owner is also a renowned philanthropist and assured his support in different fields including strengthening the IT sector in Pakistan. PM Pakistan thanked Bill gates for the support he has shown in Pakistan.