A day after the United States announced the suspension of all security aid to Pakistan, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said Islamabad’s alliance with Washington is over.
“We do not have any alliance” with the US, Khawaja Muhammad Asif said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Friday.
“This is not how allies behave,” he added.
On Thursday, the administration of President Donald Trump had said that security assistance was on hold “until the Pakistani government takes decisive action against groups, including the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani network”.
Khawaja Asif decries US as ‘friend who always betrays’
The bilateral ties between the two former allies in the ‘war on terror’ has witnessed a dramatic decline in the recent past, specially after President Trump targeted Pakistan in a tweet last week, saying the country had given the US nothing  but ‘lies and deceit’.
However, even before the highly provocative tweet, the two nations had rocky relations to say …