A June 9 press release from the Vatican said that “the Holy See welcomes the Moneyval Report published today and the invitation to continue on the path already undertaken.”
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In the afternoon of Oct. 13, the six members of Pope Francis’ Council of Cardinals held an online meeting, in which they discussed how to continue their meetings during the pandemic.
Pope Francis addressed Moneyval, the Council of Europe’s anti-money laundering watchdog, a little over halfway into its two-week on-site inspection of the Holy See and Vatican City.
The Egmont Group suspended the AIF Nov. 13 following a raid on the Vatican offices of the Secretariat of State and the AIF by the Vatican gendarmes, but the president of Egmont decided to revoke this decision on the night of Jan. 22.
Pope Francis asked the bank ‘to continue to serve with prudence and to provide specialized financial services to the Catholic Church worldwide, thereby assisting him in his mission as universal pastor.’