While India pressed FATF to put Pakistan on its black list, the global body directed Islamabad to take measures for complete elimination of terror financing and money laundering.
Officials attending the ongoing plenary of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) here said as per indications, Pakistan will be isolated by all members for not doing enough.
FATF's Asia-Pacific unit had said that Pakistan faces high risks of money laundering and terror financing and has complied with just one the 40 recommendations set by it.
The FATF is currently headed by China and has Malaysia, Turkey as well as Saudi Arabia as its members.
Terrorism is a low-cost sustainable option which may damage enemies to a great extent, Doval said in a reference to Pakistan.
Alice Wells, head of the US state department's South and Central Asian bureau, also welcomed the arrest the top four leaders of Lashkar-e-Taiba /Jamaat-ud-Dawah in Pakistan.
The European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) has said that there is little doubt that Pakistan is not really serious about its adherence to the FATF's requirements.
Pakistan was placed on the grey list by the Paris-based watchdog in June last year and was given a plan of action to complete it by October 2019, or face the risk of being placed on the black list.
Pakistan was placed on the grey list by the Paris-based watchdog in June last year and was given a plan of action to complete it by October 2019 or face the risk of being placed on the blacklist.
India's comments come as Pakistan had requested the UNSC's anti-terror committee to allow Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed to withdraw money from his bank account for basic expenses.
Khan's visit to China, third since he took over as Prime Minister in August last year, acquires significance as it comes days ahead of President Xi's planned high-profile visit to India.
Pakistan was placed on the grey list in June last year and given a plan of action to complete it by October 2019 or face the risk of being placed on the blacklist with Iran and North Korea.
Indian envoy Paulomi Tripathi said transnational organised crimes continue to undermine efforts to achieve the sustainable development goals.
In August, the Asia Pacific Group of the FATF had put Pakistan in a terror 'blacklist' for its failure to curb funnelling of funds to groups responsible for scores of attacks in India.
Modi called for global solidarity and readiness against terrorism in the same way the world has shown solidarity against challenges like climate change.