Pakistan was listed as grey in 2012 but was removed in 2015 after strenuous efforts to address the concerns of the group.
Minister for Finance Shamshad Akhtar gave a detailed presentation to the meeting about the upcoming FATF in Paris and the administrative and legal measures taken so far to meet the global watchdog's requirements, said a statement by the PMO.
"While reviewing various actions taken towards fulfilling country's international responsibilities under the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) framework, the meeting expressed satisfaction over the progress made so far," it said.
Pakistan Foreign Office confirmed in February that the country would go on a 'grey-list' from June this year.
He, however, said that it was not true that the country would be transferred from the 'grey' to 'black' list in June this year.
It reaffirmed the commitment of the country to work with FATF and other international organisations in achieving common goals and shared objectives.
The meeting reviewed overall security situation in the country, it said.
FATF was set up in 1989 with a primary aim to set standards to combat money laundering, but in 2001 its mandate was expanded to include countering terror financing.
It can take action against any country by including a country in black or grey lists.
Nasir was named as the caretaker prime minister last month until the general elections on July 25 to oversee the second-ever democratic transition of power in Pakistan ruled by the powerful army for much of its life since it gained independence 70 years ago.
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