On 22 January, Pakistan announced it had imposed restrictive measures on Jamaat-ud-Dawa (“JuD”), an organisation associated with terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba, according to the United States and the United Nations.  The restrictive measures include an asset freeze and travel restrictions on Hafiz Saeed, JuD’s leader. Tasneem Aslam, a Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson, said the decision was made exclusively pursuant to Pakistan’s United Nations obligations.

Pakistan also banned the Haqqani Network, a terrorist organisation associated with the Taliban.

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