Economic Affairs Union Hammad Azhar on Wednesday reported that Pakistan has filed its report from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), on transfers it takes to fight money laundering and terror funding.
The report was filed by Hammad Azhar who’s currently heading the delegation to Bangkok to its FATF discussions, which will last till September 13.”The technical delegation of the FATF now will prepare a report on Pakistan’s briefing”, Azhar said in his announcement adding that briefing to the International watchdog remained considerably positive this moment.
He said Pakistan has attained the goals set by the FATF in 4 to 5 weeks. The ministry said that the record of the FATF’s technological delegation is going to be introduced to the member states and this will determine the destiny of Pakistan.
Particular emphasis was put on steps the nation has adopted and employed for freezing the assets of organizations that were prohibited, controlling the finances of outfits and laws for limiting money laundering. The FATF session will be held in Paris at the end of October. On September 4, Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmed Shah had said India Is Attempting to utilize Financial Action Task Force (FATF) against Pakistan.