Iran to obtain 150,000 Pfizer vaccines

Dec 28, 2020 After controversy relating to Iran’s skill to buy vaccine for the coronavirus, Iranian officers say the nation is ready to obtain a batch of vaccine doses funded by unnamed US donors. Karim Hemmati, head of Iran’s Red Crescent Society, stated the nation will import 150,000 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in “coordination with a group of… Continue reading Iran to obtain 150,000 Pfizer vaccines

What are the 6 FATF points that Pakistan still has to comply with?

What exactly are the 6 FATF points that Pakistan still has to comply with? Nobody seems to know according to a tweet by a renowned journalist yesterday. In the Tweet, it is said,” Anyone know the specific 6 points Pakistan has failed to correct for FATF? It appears that @FinMinistryPak @Hammad_Azhar have no knowledge and… Continue reading What are the 6 FATF points that Pakistan still has to comply with?

Op-ed: Political considerations determine voting behavior at FATF

In its latest review, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) conceded that Pakistan has addressed 21 of the 27 items. Though, Indian media would have us believe that only 13 of the listed shortcomings have been rectified. There was no voting, but Indian media reported that even Saudi Arabia voted against Pakistan. It is true,… Continue reading Op-ed: Political considerations determine voting behavior at FATF

FATF-related legislation: PM Imran accuses opposition of being on the same page with India

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the Opposition parties and India are on the same page with regard to the issue of Financial Action Task Force (FATF). According to official sources, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday chaired a meeting of government and party representatives, in which briefings about the governmental measures to bring… Continue reading FATF-related legislation: PM Imran accuses opposition of being on the same page with India