ISLAMABAD: As Pakistan accomplished the Monetary Motion Job Pressure’s (FATF) motion plans and inched nearer to exiting the gray checklist, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Saturday congratulated Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa.
The anti-money laundering watchdog introduced Friday that Pakistan has “considerably accomplished its two motion plans” — of the entire 34 objects on the checklist — and could be faraway from the gray checklist after it passes the on-site go to.
Throughout a telephonic dialog, the prime minister appreciated the “core cell” established within the Common Headquarters (GHQ) for its efforts within the completion of the anti-money laundering watchdog’s merchandise checklist.
“I applaud the civil and navy management that labored with the core cell,” the prime minister stated.
In its assertion launched after the four-day plenary in Berlin, the watchdog acknowledged that the mandatory political dedication stays in place to maintain implementation and enchancment sooner or later.
The military chief, a day earlier, had termed the FATF’s announcement a “nice achievement” for Pakistan.
“Completion of FATF AML/CFT (anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism) motion plans by Pakistan is a superb achievement,” the Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) stated in a press release, quoting the military chief.
In the meantime, in separate telephonic conversations, the prime minister additionally appreciated Overseas Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and Finance Minister Miftah Ismail for his or her efforts on this regard.