Us Freeze Pak Aid

'Us Freeze Pak Aid' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Pak 'Yet To Take Any Decisive Action', Says US; Aid Freeze To Continue
    World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 28, 2018
    The US have begun to see "positive indicators" from Pakistan for some time now, a top general said today, while clarifying that the freeze in American security aid to the country will continue as it is yet to take any decisive action against the Taliban and the Haqqani network.
  • Donald Trump Could Freeze $2 Billion Of Pakistan Aid Over Terror Safe Havens
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Saturday January 6, 2018
    President Donald Trump's freeze on aid to Pakistan could be worth almost two billion dollars, a senior US administration official said on Friday -- substantially more than first thought.
  • US Cuts Military Aid To Pakistan As Feud, Fuelled By Trump Tweet, Flares Up
    World News | Missy Ryan, Annie Gowen, Carol Morello, The Washington Post | Friday January 5, 2018
    The United States will suspend most of its security assistance to Pakistan, the State Department said Thursday, signaling the Trump administration's intent to force the country to eliminate militant safe havens.
  • US responsible if Pak loses war on terror: Hina Rabbani Khar
    World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 15, 2011
    Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has warned that the US would be responsible if her country failed in the war on terrorism, a remark that comes in the backdrop of a move by American lawmakers to freeze aid worth US $700 million to Islamabad.
  • No cut in $700 million civilian aid to Pakistan: US
    World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 15, 2011
    A day after a key Congress panel agreed to freeze $700 million in aid to Pakistan, the US has said that it was just a proposal under a defence bill and made it clear that it has not cut any civilian assistance to the country, with which its ties have plunged to a new low following a deadly NATO raid.

'Us Freeze Pak Aid' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Pak 'Yet To Take Any Decisive Action', Says US; Aid Freeze To Continue
    World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 28, 2018
    The US have begun to see "positive indicators" from Pakistan for some time now, a top general said today, while clarifying that the freeze in American security aid to the country will continue as it is yet to take any decisive action against the Taliban and the Haqqani network.
  • Donald Trump Could Freeze $2 Billion Of Pakistan Aid Over Terror Safe Havens
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Saturday January 6, 2018
    President Donald Trump's freeze on aid to Pakistan could be worth almost two billion dollars, a senior US administration official said on Friday -- substantially more than first thought.
  • US Cuts Military Aid To Pakistan As Feud, Fuelled By Trump Tweet, Flares Up
    World News | Missy Ryan, Annie Gowen, Carol Morello, The Washington Post | Friday January 5, 2018
    The United States will suspend most of its security assistance to Pakistan, the State Department said Thursday, signaling the Trump administration's intent to force the country to eliminate militant safe havens.
  • US responsible if Pak loses war on terror: Hina Rabbani Khar
    World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 15, 2011
    Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has warned that the US would be responsible if her country failed in the war on terrorism, a remark that comes in the backdrop of a move by American lawmakers to freeze aid worth US $700 million to Islamabad.
  • No cut in $700 million civilian aid to Pakistan: US
    World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 15, 2011
    A day after a key Congress panel agreed to freeze $700 million in aid to Pakistan, the US has said that it was just a proposal under a defence bill and made it clear that it has not cut any civilian assistance to the country, with which its ties have plunged to a new low following a deadly NATO raid.
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