US suspends over $1.1 billion security assistance to Pakistan

WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD: The United States has suspended almost all security help to Pakistan, the Trump organization declared on Thursday, in an indication of its disappointment with the nation’s refusal to “accomplish more” against psychological militant systems. The suspension incorporates Coalition Support Funds (CSF) for Pakistan, which is given by the Pentagon to help pay the expenses of Pakistan’s counterterror operations.

Pakistan demands that there are no facilitators of terrorism bunches on its dirt, and emphasizes position on the US’s dull interest for the nation to “accomplish more”.

“Today we can affirm that we are suspending security help just to Pakistan right now,” State Department representative Heather Nauert said at a press preparation. The State Department official included that Pakistan could get the suspended financing on the off chance that it takes conclusive activities against terrorism.