The FATF had already granted an extension till February 2020 in a meeting in October this year.
The task force kept the country on its grey list for an extended period up to February 2020.
FATF warned that Islamabad would be put on the blacklist if it did not comply with the remaining 22 out of 27 points related to anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing.
The first formal response from the FATF is awaited till this month-end.
“The face to face meeting is expected to be held in Sydney in early January 2020 where Pakistani delegation will be given an opportunity to defend its submitted compliance report,” a source was quoted as saying.