A report presented in a federal cabinet meeting on Thursday said that 80% implementation has been carried out on the decisions taken in earlier meetings, sources said.
The meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, discussed a 20-point agenda.
The cabinet reviewed implementation of the decisions taken during the last meeting, sources said.
The prime minister and the cabinet expressed satisfaction at the performance of finance ministry and Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform.
Moreover, the cabinet members reviewed amendments in reforms for Gilgit-Baltistan and decided to continue consultations regarding granting it the status of an interim province.
The cabinet also approved formation of a new board of trustees for Karachi Port Trust (KPT) and appointment of chairman Port Qasim Authority, sources added.
The agreements between anti-narcotics forces of Pakistan and Canada were also approved by the cabinet.
In addition, the cabinet approved the launching of a Rs50 coin to mark World Anti-Corruption Day, sources said.