Pakistan on Tuesday reviewed the status of implementation of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and national Counter Proliferation Financing (CPF) regime and discussed measures for strengthening coordination, outreach, integration of efforts and continuous compliance monitoring.
The review and discussion was held during the 8th meeting of the Committee for Coordination, Review and Monitoring (CRMC) of implementation of the UNSC sanctions resolutions on counter-proliferation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Islamabad.
The meeting was chaired by Dr Zafar Ali, director general of the Strategic Export Control Division (SECDIV) and attended by ex-officio members of CRMC, representative ministries and departments, a statement issued by the Foreign Office said.
The members apprised the committee on steps taken by respective departments.
The committee decided to pursue a strategic approach in line with the national policy and the CRMC strategy to consolidate gains and sustain the efforts to mitigate potential risks.
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