The co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates has written a letter to the prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan and he showed his intention that he finds the environment of Pakistan reasonable to make investment in information technology. The president of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation called the prime minister on Tuesday and he sent over the letter to the PM through the messenger.
The letter shows that his company wants to look for the new investment opportunities in the IT sector of Pakistan. The Chief of World Health Organization (WHO) was also present at this occasion.
Gates has appreciated the efforts of the Prime Minister of Pakistan to fight in order to eradicate the polio from the country. The letter is added that Gates Foundation has the intention to make the investment in the health sector. Gates also spoke to the prime minister on the phone in early December and he has shown his willingness to work with the Pakistani government in future. In response to his letter, the prime minister of Pakistan invited him to explore the investment opportunities in Pakistan.