DAVOS, Switzerland (APP) - Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Friday suggested the world leaders for convening a special session of the United Nations' General Assembly at the summit level to chart out a course on economic policies for the future. In an informal gathering of economic leaders on 'Reviving Global Economic Growth' at the World Economic Forum, the Prime Minister underscored the need for changing rules of International Finance Institutions in line with the existing global realities. The brainstorming session was participated by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, President of Mexico Felipe Calderon, Prime Minister of Ireland Brian Cowen, Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-Soo, President of Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus, President of South Africa Kgalema Motlanthe, Prime Minister of Sweden Fredrik Reinfeldt, Prime Minister of Thailand Abhishit Vejjajiva and President of Ukraine Viktor A Yushchenko. Prime Minister Gilani said the international finance institutions including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) had also suggested that these policies should be changed as they had become outdated for having many conditionalities. He said despite global recession, Asia's economic fundamentals were sound, adding that according to IMF, Pakistan's economic growth would show an increasing trend in the coming years. He also deliberated on Pakistan's economic fundamentals which had a strong potential to flourish and ensure economic development. Gilani said the global recession should be resolved with a global solution, which involves market access and discoursing protectionism. He urged the need for establishing a special fund for developing countries to help them cope with the global recession, and mentioned the World Bank President's statement on the need for creating a vulnerability fund. The discussion focused on the ways and means to cope with the global recession through practical measures.