The United States has now withheld $800 million from the CSF so far this year.
Talking about how the Pakistani government will press the USA officials, including Pompeo and top USA military officer General Joseph Dunford who are scheduled to visit Islamabad on September 5, he said, "We will sit and discuss this with him [Pompeo]".
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, in particular, had an opportunity to authorize $300 million in CSF funds through this summer - if he saw concrete Pakistani actions to go after insurgents.
The disclosure came ahead of an expected visit by U.S. secretary of state Mike Pompeo and the top USA military officer, General Joseph Dunford, to Islamabad. Washington announced plans in January to suspend up to roughly $2 billion in USA security assistance to Pakistan.
"We continue to press Pakistan to indiscriminately target all terrorist groups", Faulkner said, adding that the latest aid cut request was pending Congressional approval.
But the U.S. does not want a complete break in ties with Pakistan.
Islamabad has repeatedly denied the accusations, insisting it has eradicated safe havens and accusing the U.S. of ignoring the thousands killed on Pakistani soil and the billions spent fighting extremists.
Due to a lack of Pakistani decisive actions in support of the South Asia Strategy, the remaining Dollars 300 million was reprogrammed by the Department of Defense (DoD) in July 2018 time frame for other urgent priorities before the funds expire on September 30, he said.
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"We will listen to their point of view, and we will present our position to them", he said.
Relations between the new Pakistani government and Washington got off to a rocky start last month when Qureshi publicly disputed that Pompeo had brought up the thorny issue of terrorist havens in a phone call with Prime Minister Khan.
To a question about options for Pakistan to get the stopped funds, Qureshi said Pakistan will talk to the USA because the money was already spent by Pakistan.
"If they don't want to reimburse for future spending, it may be different thing".
Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Hussain Chaudhry says the USA plan to give a role to India in Afghanistan is the main cause of differences between Islamabad and Washington. "They (US) are showing only one side of it; we will show the other side", he said. He stated stalemate persisted in Pak-US ties during tenure of Nawaz-led Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz's government.
-Pakistani relationship, following the election victory of Imran Khan, the new Pakistani prime minister.
The suspension of the CSF money was part of a larger cut in aid to Pakistan made by President Donald Trump at the beginning of the year.
A row erupted between the two nations following a telephone call by Pompeo to Khan on August 23, as Islamabad took exception to the American version of the conversation that the issue of terrorism was discussed during the call.