Financial Action Task Force
Pakistan will remain in "enhanced (expedited) follow-up" and will have to "continue to report back to the APG on progress to strengthen its implementation of AML/CFT measures."
FATF plenary had formally placed Pakistan in the grey list in June 2018, following which the country then committed at highest level to a 27-point action plan but failed to meet deadlines.
"Terrorist organisations have to recruit and train fighters, buy weapons and equipment, wage propaganda campaigns, and plan and carry out operations."
Pakistan was re-placed on the gray list on June 29, 2018, and given 15 months to implement a 27-point action plan agreed with the FATF.
FATF is likely to include Pakistan in 'Dark Grey' list for its lack of action against terror groups
Zulqarnain focused his attacks on the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to divert attention from the substantial points made by India in its right of reply to Khan's speech that threatened war.
Modi told the meeting that the world should come together to fight terrorism like it has to combat climate change.
"The FATF is going to meet in Paris somewhere in next month of October where it will decide Pakistan's fate. The same month, the IMF will also initiate review of first quarter of Pakistan's output under $6 billion programme loan."
The US would be sharing the assessment with the APG along with a report prepared by Pakistan for discussion in September.
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