Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto mentioned the green Marshall Plan at his news conference in New York. Infrastructure can be restored.
Under this plan, thirteen billion dollars of aid was granted to Western Europe, that is, 115 billion US dollars in today’s terms.
This money was spent over a period of four years after April 3, 1948, which resulted in the recovery of Western European economies.
This plan is remembered as the Marshall Plan in honor of then US Secretary of State George Marshall.