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High Level Talks Were Held at the PM Office

On Thursday, Israeli civilian and military leaders met with Prime Minister Imran Khan on a successful visit to the United States to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral ties between Pakistan and the United States. High-level talks were held at the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) to review the results of the afternoon's US visit and to discuss the UN General Assembly summit in New York.

The meeting was attended by PM

The meeting was attended by Prime Minister Khan, Qamar Javed Bajwa Army Chief of Staff, Shah Mehmood Qureshi Foreign Minister, Syed Ali Zaidi Marine Minister, Special Pakistani Prime Minister and Chief of Staff Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari. Inter-Services Intelligence Lt Gen Faiz Hameed and Ambassador-at-Large Ali Jehangir Siddiqui.

According to the PMO, the meeting also discussed measures to carry out decisions at the prime minister's executive level, in close cooperation with US authorities, including President Donald Trump's visit to Pakistan. The prime minister, who attended the ceremony, expressed satisfaction with his successful visit and acknowledged Trump's vision of peace and friendship in the region.

We are satisfied with our visit to Washington and acknowledge Trump's vision of regional peace. Khan was convinced that solid relations between the two countries would contribute not only to the US and Pakistan's leadership but also to peace and stability in the region. Earlier, the prime minister said his visit to the United States was successful and he claimed Pakistan's case in an effective way.

In his letter to Prime Minister Trump

President Trump searched for Pakistan's support and encouragement to achieve his most important regional priorities, the negotiated conclusion of the Afghan war. The Pakistani prime minister added that the role of the state was acknowledged as Pakistan urged peaceful settlement through dialogue and negotiation. It is believed that the prime minister 's visit to the United States prevented the failure of the bilateral relationship.

He told President Trump that Pakistan wants to have a good relationship with the United States. Parliamentary standing committee members pointed out that Pakistan should use diplomatic and negotiating power in Afghanistan to meet the requirements of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

The committee members unanimously acknowledged that only finance ministers did not meet the FATF requirements and that diplomatic missions need to work together to make strategic use of Pakistan's position in negotiations with world powers. Treasury officials were briefed at a committee meeting held in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on efforts taken to meet FATF requirements.

Sensitivity of the matter

Due to the sensitivity of the matter, the authorities requested that the proceedings of the Commission be held inside the camera and the request was approved by Malik Mohammad Ehsanullah Tiwana. However, a Treasury official said us briefed two amendments to the FATF, calling for an amendment to the Anti-Money Laundering Act and foreign exchange regulations to meet FATF requirements.

These two measures strengthen existing laws on money laundering and foreign exchange controls, particularly the Paris-based global watchdog crimes against money laundering and financial transactions through hundi and hawala. Pakistan has been on the gray list of FATF since June 2018, and the deadline for compliance with international standards for financial affairs and transactions is October 2019.

The Commission was informed that in case of negative reports, Pakistan would be on a blacklist for serious economic impact. At the same time, the state is joining the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program, and international donors have also asked Pakistan to meet FATF requirements. The amendment has recently been approved by the Standing Finance and Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly.

All efforts to remove Pakistan from the gray list suggest that the Department of Defense, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Finance should be linked," Lamez Vankwani said. The Commission observed that relations with the United States have improved significantly and that the United States should speak about the violation of the Indian ceasefire under the dominant conditions in the region, mainly the LoC.

Pakistani government from concentrating

Pakistani officials have pointed out that the authorities intend to prevent the Pakistani government from concentrating on money laundering and illegal fund raids in violation of humanitarian law against Pakistan. Some Member States have observed that money laundering and terrorist financing are closely linked to the chaos and instability of Afghanistan.

Committee members received a briefing from Prime Minister Imran Khan's Foreign Minister on his recent visit to the United States, but he had to leave the meeting to meet the US special representative in Afghanistan reconciliation Jamal Khalilzad in the same building.

The committee observed that tranquility in accordance with the LOC could lead to problems such as a cease-fire in India, with Pakistan allowing Pakistan to play a more powerful role in bringing peace in Afghanistan and restraining illegal flow of money.

Mushahidullah Khan

The Mushahidullah Khan, a member of the Mushawila (PML-N) Senate, said on the 1 st day of his opposition to Senator Sadiq Sanjrani, referring to the unexpected defeat of the opposition, "He said. Opposition parties were shocked by the support of 64 senators when the credibility resolution was submitted. However, after the secret ballot, the final decision showed only 50 votes in favor. Three out of 53 votes needed to get Sanjrani out were not enough.

100 people attended the Senate yesterday, Khan addressed a press conference with Parliament House, PML-N's Ahsan Iqbal and Marriyum Aurangzeb. The chairman came to a decision to pass the resolution, he continued. Senator PML-N said, "If it's a matter of conscience's (in a secret ballot) realization, it's strange that it is asleep until that point.

Quoting a video from Saif Ali's social media circulation, Bilawal argued that Ali could hear 54 "votes on this resolution" as Ali explained, I was investigating. The government's resolution on Saleem Mandviwalla vice chairman, who won the opposition's support for President Bush, turned out to be only 32 votes, but there were 34.

Yesterday, we repeated the time when the mandate was stolen in 2018," he added. How much will the problem help democracy? We are investigating whether billions of rupees have been counted. He continued to say that the nation's institutions suffered democracy and suffered nationwide.

It was believed that people were just people who sold them ... but some people have made the nation's democracy a market, and bring benefits to the state and democracy," he said. Khan also sought "to make it clear that members of the party were the minimum number of people.

Suspicious anti Pakistan authorities

Ahsan Iqbal, who attended the meeting, said August 1 will be remembered in history as a dark day of democracy. The degree of horse trading in the Senate is not even seen at trade union councils. He argued that 64 tickets entered the black box and gained 50 votes. The question puts pressure like who turns into 50 votes. If 22 percent of the people in the Senate sell souls, there is no bigger complaint," said Kubal.

The foreign ministry of Hamilton has touched all this. The Pakistani agency will not do that and Pakistan has said it can not oppose the constitutional oath. "We need to investigate whether RAW has intervened in this matter. Iqbal said that the PML-N paid attention to the actions of yesterday and that the investigation is proceeding. "I blame the list on social media, it has nothing to do with the truth.

The 14 members of the Senate served as Mir Saidik and Mir Jaffar," he said. "I mentioned two organizations that made symbolic references whenever betrayal was considered. He also said that this party had formed a panel under Rana Maqbool under Senator "to inspect this abusive deed".

Iqbal said the opposition will bring a bill to amend the Senate election rules, including "showing hands", and that the decision will be decided at the All-Parties Conference announced yesterday.

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