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The visit of a Pakistani parliamentary delegation to Afghanistan has been scrapped due to the security threat.
Canada's former Ambassador to Afghanistan, Chris Alexander on Saturday (local time) said that those in Pakistan who are still supporting proxy war in Afghanistan should face tough sanctions.
While reiterating his call for an end to Pakistan's proxy war in Afghanistan, former Canadian Ambassador Chris Alexander has called for Islamabad to be blacklisted by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) while stating that the Imran Khan government continues to support Taliban and other terror outfits.
As Pakistan remains on the 'grey list' of the terror financing watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF), it will have to enact laws on at least two counts to meet the outstanding points of the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) action plan to meet the June deadline.
Amid low chances of Pakistan exiting the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) grey list on Thursday, a research paper by an Islamabad-based think tank has revealed that Pakistan sustained a total of USD 38 billion in economic losses due to FATF' decision to thrice place the country on its grey list since 2008.
Exiled journalists, human rights activists, and Uyghurs on Tuesday gathered at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) headquarters in Paris to persuade the anti-terror financing organisation to place Pakistan on the blacklist.
Amid the ongoing Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meet on the fate of Pakistan, a group of terrorists ambushed a vehicle carrying women activists from a non-governmental organisation in a former northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan, killing four of them and wounding the driver.
While the Pakistan government believes that it will be able to delist itself from the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) "grey list", it is unlikely that it will be able to do so as the European nations have said that Islamabad has not fully implemented all the points of a plan of action set by it.
Exiled dissidents from Pakistan, Tibet and Hong Kong gathered outside the headquarters of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in Paris on Saturday urging the international monitoring body to blacklist Pakistan and deliver on its mandate of stopping terror financing and sponsoring from Pakistan.