WASHINGTON: Acting Managing Director of International Monetary Fund (IMF) David Lipton on Monday said that the prime objective of a bailout package to Pakistan is to stabilize its economy and help the institutions to strengthen.

David Lipton met with the premier Imran Khan during his visit to the United States (US).

After meeting with the premier he took to Twitter and told the objective of IMFs bailout package for Pakistan.

He wrote on his timeline; I was pleased to meet Prime Minister @ImranKhanPTI of #Pakistan today.

We agreed to work together to advance the governments ambitious reform program, especially the effort to mobilize revenues that will fund much needed social and development spending, he added.