Blacklist threat vanishes, FATF meeting begins in Paris, Pakistan completes 14 out of 27 points, decision will be made on political and diplomatic efforts, Indian ambitions failed due to civilian and military leadership efforts. It will be removed from the list and will remain for another 6 months, including the procedure for “Audit of financial institutions through the State Bank, the procedures for the correlation of federal and provincial departments”.
While Pakistan adheres to all the terms of the anti-money laundering watchdog, Pakistani officials say that all things are still secret, that the official stand will be presented at the end of the meeting. According to the details, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has seen the full implementation of Pakistan on 14 points out of 27 total action plans, indicating that the country adheres to all the provisions of the Counter-Money Laundering watchdog. Is. If the fate of Pakistan is decided with 2 possibilities in the FATF meeting, which begins this week in Paris and continues this week, then Pakistan will be removed from the gray list and be added to the “white” list or more in a period of 3-6 months. By extension Pakistan should be placed on the gray list. Given Islamabad’s progress over the past one year, any possibility of blacklisting Pakistan has been completely eliminated. Although India tried to discredit Pakistan, it was unable to do so despite strong lobbying on the diplomatic front.