On 28 April 2020, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) announced that it was temporarily postponing all remaining FATF mutual evaluations and follow-up deadlines. The FATF has also decided on a general pause in the review process for the list of high-risk jurisdictions subject to a call for action and jurisdictions subject to increased monitoring, by granting jurisdictions an additional four months for deadlines. Thus, the FATF is not reviewing them in June. Mongolia and Iceland, however, have requested not to extend their deadlines, and continue on their current schedule. In light of this request, and the limited number of their remaining action plan items, their follow-up deadlines have not been postponed and the FATF will issue updated statements on them in June. The FATF is closely monitoring the situation as it evolves and will review the deadlines where necessary