Islamabad: Pakistan is more likely to keep on the “grey list” of the Monetary Motion Process Pressure (FATF), which has agreed to present Islamabad time till October to completely implement the 27-point Motion Plan given by the worldwide money-laundering watchdog, in line with sources.
The choice shall be introduced on Friday on the finish of the FATF plenary, which is presently ongoing within the French capital of Paris, The Categorical Tribune quoted the sources within the Finance Ministry as saying.
The FATF plenary pored over a report submitted by Pakistan detailing progress on the implementation of the 27-point Motion Plan, in line with the sources.
Noting compliance on 14 factors, the worldwide monetary watchdog agreed to present Pakistan extra time till October 2020 to completely adjust to the remaining 13 factors, the sources mentioned.
They added that the assembly has requested Pakistan to enhance prosecution and conviction in terror-financing circumstances.
It has additionally known as for efficient laws to curb cash laundering, The Categorical Tribune reported citing the sources as saying.
Pakistan has to this point efficiently managed to keep away from the blacklist as a result of diplomatic assist from China, Turkey, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and Center Japanese international locations.
It now requires simply three votes out of a complete 39 members of FATF discussion board to keep away from falling into blacklist.