The Financial Action Task Force identified jurisdictions with anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing deficiencies: Afghanistan, Angola, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ecuador, Guyana, Iraq, Lao PDR, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Sudan, Syria, Uganda and Yemen. FATF additionally requested its members to impose countermeasures on Iran and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and advised financial institutions to apply enhanced due diligence for Algeria and Myanmar because of the deficiencies in the countries’ AML/CFT regimes. Indonesia has been removed from FATF’s listing and monitoring process. FATF is a 36-member intergovernmental policy-making body that establishes international standards to address money laundering and terrorist financing. The United States is a member of FATF.