"They give safe havens to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help".
"'We are ready to publicly provide details of the USA aid that has been received by the country, ' said the minister, adding that Mr Trump was disappointed with the U.S. defeat in Afghanistan and was accusing Pakistan in retaliation".
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The coalition destroyed a boat carrying explosives as it headed toward the tanker on Saturday, coalition spokesman Colonel Turki al-Maliki said.
The commander of the NATO-led coalition in Afghanistan, US Army Gen. John Nicholson, said in November that Pakistan had not changed its behavior since Trump announced his new policy for Afghanistan and the wider region, which specifically calls on Pakistan to do more.
Meanwhile, Syed Khursheed Shah, the leader of the opposition in the National Assembly, urged Pakistani politicians to come together and issue a bipartisan "unified response" to Trump's recent statements against Islamabad, reports Dawn.
In a speech last month in Afghanistan to U.S. troops, vice-president Mike Pence said, "For too long Pakistan has provided safe haven to the Taliban and many terrorist organizations, but those days are over. No more!" Trump said in a Twitter post on Monday.
American officials have also warned that if Islamabad does not take actions against terrorist havens on Pakistan soil, Washington will do so unilaterally. Washington clarifies that the aid is suspended until Pakistan takes some decisive action against the terrorism.
The U.S. president vowed to stop providing financial aid for Pakistan.