Implementing the FATF Action Plan, the European Union made a credible offer to Pakistan

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Implementing the FATF Action Plan, the European Union made a credible offer to Pakistan

Implementing the FATF Action Plan, the European Union made a credible offer to Pakistan|Brussels EU has offered technical assistance to Pakistan for implementation of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Action Plan, while Pakistan appreciated the European Union’s offer of technical assistance – democracy, governance, human rights and  During the meeting of the sub-groups on the law, the two sides assured full cooperation of democratic institutions, rule of law, good governance, protection of human rights, workers’ rights and basic freedoms.  Given the briefing on the recent changes and humanitarians in occupied Kashmir Identifying their concerns regarding the status quo. Otherwise, the parties discussed various aspects of migration management, highlighting the importance of full and effective implementation of the European Union Pakistan Remediation Agreement (EUPRA).  Re-admission case management system is the most important in this regard.  The joint statement said that both sides had done Pakistan  The Minister emphasized the importance of implementing the FATF Action Plan. The Minister said that Pakistan appreciated the European Union’s offer of technical assistance at the meeting. In the meeting, implementation of GSP Plus, trade, and investment.  Disruptive issues, business environment improvement issues were focused. The European Union and Pakistan appreciated the encouraging progress in the ongoing development cooperation activities and discussed priorities for cooperation after 2020.  According to the period of the meeting of sub-groups on democracy, governance, human rights and law  Both sides assured full cooperation of democratic institutions, rule of law, good governance, protection of human rights, workers’ rights and basic freedoms. Pakistan briefed the EU on the recent changes in the region and occupied Kashmir.  The ICC addressed its concerns regarding the human rights situation. The Joint Commission provided an opportunity for both sides to discuss cooperation. The two sides signed a European Union, Pakistan Strategic Engagement Plan (SEP) in June 2019.  Appreciated the signing and reaffirmed its commitment to timely and complete implementation  These include the establishment of security negotiations, comprehensive negotiations on migration and mobilization, further expanding relations in the areas of work, contacts, climate change, energy, education, culture and science, and technology.  Discussing various initiatives, the importance of full and effective implementation of the European Union Pakistan Re-Admission Agreement (EUPRA) indicated that the Re-Admission Case Management System is the most important in this regard.  I also agreed to pay extra attention to humanitarian response. Joint Commission Meeting on November 13 and 14  The meeting took place after sub-groups meeting on trade, development cooperation, democracy, governance, human rights, and law.