FATF meeting held in Paris, further tightening on Pakistan
FATF meeting held in Paris, further tightening on Pakistan

Islamabad: The crucial meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an organization working to stop the financial aid of terrorists around the world, started on Sunday, February 16, 2020, in the French capital, Paris. In this meeting, Pakistan will have to submit a detailed report about the steps taken to stop terrorist funding. Where FATF has put Pakistan in the 'gray' list now monitored. If his report is not found satisfactory, then he is also going to be blacklisted.

As of now, it is also being said that the International Co-Operation Review Group (ICRG) of FATF will investigate the report submitted by Pakistan. The FATF asked Pakistan to take action on 27 points to stop terrorist funding. It has been learned that in this meeting it will be seen whether Pakistan has acted on the points fixed by it or not and to what extent it has done.

Several organizations including the UN are involved: According to Mill information, in a panel discussion at the Munich Security Conference, Senator Lindsay Graham said that resolving the Kashmir issue democratically can be the best thing for any democracy. Let us tell you that the Republican leader said, 'When it comes to Kashmir, I do not know how this issue will be resolved. But one thing I want to make sure that both democracies (India and Pakistan) will definitely find a solution. Foreign Minister S.K. Jaishankar replied and said, 'Don't worry, Senator. There is only one democratic country, which will solve this issue and you know which country it is.

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