- Pakistan received at least $13 billion from the US since the September 11, 2001 attacks for logistic and other support in the war against terrorism, the country’s parliament was told.
- This was stated by defence secretary Alam Khattak while briefing the Senate committee on defence here yesterday.
- Khattak said that his country got “$13 billion under the Coalition Support Fund (CSF) since 9/11”, while another $200 million is due to be reimbursed by the US.
- He said that 40 per cent of the amount received was allocated to civil government while 60 per cent was given to the armed forces.
- The CSF is going to end on September 30 this year with the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.