Cash-strapped Pakistan said on Saturday that the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) was providing it with a three-year $4.5 billion oil financing facility, which will ease pressure on its balance-of-payments.
The government reached out to some "friendly countries" for economic assistance including Saudi Arabia, China and the UAE since Prime Minister Khan assumed office in August and has received financial help to a great extent.
Pakistan is also engaged with the UAE to get a facility on the pattern of Saudi Arabia.
Both Saudi Arabia and UAE also agreed to provide $3 billion each to ease the pressure.
Riyadh has already credited the pledged $3 billion while UAE has provided $1 billion so far.
Pakistan foreign reserves were boosted after payments by the friendly countries, giving enough time to the government to negotiate a bailout package with the IMF, according to officials.