- PRA Health Sciences selected by Maryland State Medical Society to supply remote patient monitoring and telehealth servicesPosted 4 hours ago
- Hot dry noodles, Yellow Crane Tower and bright prospects: Wuhan extends invitation to global visitors, investorsPosted 19 hours ago
- Global Employee Relocations Served by WHR’s International OfficesPosted 22 hours ago
- Nikkiso Cryo Inc. New Facility Increases Cryogenic Pump ProductionPosted 1 day ago
- Tim Born becomes Vice President, Oceania and South East Asia for Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases GroupPosted 1 day ago
- Industry Leading SAFR Facial Recognition for Live Video Integrated with Geutebrück VMSPosted 2 days ago
- Nyxoah Reports Full Year 2020 ResultsPosted 5 days ago
- PRA’s remote patient monitoring platform selected by Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany to work in combination with its human growth hormone treatment systemPosted 6 days ago
- سی آئی ایف ایف ګوانگزو 4000 کوالټی برانډز سره 357،809 زائرینو له یو ځائ کويPosted 7 days ago
- سی آئی ایف ایف گوانگ ژو نے 357,809 زائرین کو 4,000 کوالٹی برانڈز کے ساتھ منسلک کردیاPosted 7 days ago
Pakistan will come out of FATF grey list by June this year: Hammad
Minister for Industries and Production Hammad Azhar says Pakistan has complied with 90 percent of Financial Action Task Force’s action plan and rest will be completed by June this year.
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Friday, he said Pakistan has so for completed compliance of 24 out of 27 action points of the FATF. He said Pakistan will come out of the grey list after compliance of the remaining three points. He said Pakistan was given the most challenging action plan of the world, but it vigorously pursued to comply with the plan which was also recognized by the international community in FAFTs plenaries. He said Pakistan is determined to act against money laundering and terror financing.
Answering a question, Hammad Azhar said India misused FATF platform to push Pakistan into the black list, but due to government’s concerted efforts of implementing the action plan, this has not been an option for Pakistan now.
He said Pakistan continued complying with the FATF action plan even during strong wave of Covid-19 pandemic.
Source: Radio Pakistan