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India defeated at SCO summit, its FATF propaganda against Pakistan failed

According to a source, India once again got defeated at the SCO summit as its conspiracy to target Pakistan on terrorism failed. Moreover, Pakistan's National Security Advisor also exposed Indian atrocities in Kashmir.

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India has failed in tainting the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) protocol with its Financial Action Task Force (FATF) propaganda as its effort to incorporate banned organizations in the protocol was turned down at the meeting.

A two-day 16th SCO Secretaries of the Security Council meeting was held in Dushanbe, Tajikistan from June 22, 23, sources in National Security Division told APP.

National Security Adviser Dr. Moeed Yusuf participated in the meeting and exposed Indian nefarious designs and atrocities inflicted upon innocent Kashmiris in Indian Illegal Occupied Jammu and Kashmir at the forum.

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The source said India once again got defeated at the SCO summit as its conspiracy to target Pakistan on terrorism failed.

“India tried to include its FATF propaganda against Pakistan in the SCO declaration but it failed,” he added.

Moreover, India’s nefarious intentions in Afghanistan have also been exposed globally. Once again, Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval was defeated in the SCO meeting.

Pakistan makes progress on 26 points out of 27

According to a local media outlet, sources in the Ministry of Finance have revealed that Pakistan’s progress was reviewed at a virtual meeting of the ICRG by international observers on Tuesday. China, the USA, UK, France, and India were a part of the group that assessed the country’s progress on FATF’s recommendations. Pakistan is now hopeful of making it out of the grey list after making progress on 26 points out of 27.

The review group’s report on progress made by Pakistan will be presented before FATF’s plenary meeting that is scheduled to take place from June 21 and any decision to keep Pakistan in or out of the grey list would be driven by political grounds, they added.

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The sources further said that Pakistan will probably remain on the grey list as it would take it two to three more months to implement the remaining one point keeping in mind the view of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan. But the country is still hoping to be appreciated for the progress that it has made on the 26 points of the FATF Action Plan.

APP with additional input by GVS News Desk

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