Pakistan fails to take action against terrorism, remains in FATF's greylist| Bharat Ki Baat

18 Oct 2019 08:30 PM

Pakistan fails to take action against terrorism, remains in FATF's greylist| Bharat Ki Baat

Updated 18 Oct 2019 08:30 PM

Despite a high level commitment from Pakistan. Pakistan has not made enough progress. Majority of issues are outstanding. FATF is giving clear warning, if by feb 2020, the country doesnt make enough meaures, the country will be put on blacklist.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on Friday expressed serious concerns over the lack of progress made by Pakistan to address its terror financing risks. "Pakistan needs to do more and faster. If by February 2020, Pakistan doesn't make significant progress, it will be put in the 'Black List'," FATF President Xiangmin Liu said while addressing a press conference on the last day of its five-day plenary in Paris.
While Pakistan has escaped the terror black list, according to sources, there was a consensus among members in the global watchdog to retain Pakistan in 'grey list' based on its 27-point action plan.

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