ISLAMABAD: The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has released Thursday its report on the assessment of Pakistani steps taken to deliver on its promises to resolve the global community concerns over how financial matters are handled in Pakistan which the watchdog has commended.
Pakistan has delivered on 24 of the total 27 agenda point of FAFT which it said islaudible. It has worked on countering terrorism financing a great deal, said the watchdog, adding the law enforcment agencies in the country have duly pointed to all attempts at terrorism financing.
The watchdog further noted Pakistan not only barred the movement of all the listed men in global list of terrorists but also kept a check on their accounts and channels.
FATF is likely to hold its next session in June later this year.