US starts transfer of $1.118b in CSF funds to Pakistan

US official says CSF funds for July 2010 through May 2011 being transferred.


Huma Imtiaz August 02, 2012

HOUSTON, TEXAS: The US Department of Defense says it has initiated a transfer of approximately $1.118B in Coalition Support Funds to the government of Pakistan.

The announcement came two days after the US and Pakistan signed the Memorandum of Understanding to reopen the NATO supply routes.

Commander Bill Speaks, a spokesperson for the DoD, told The Express Tribune that the CSF funds were to "reimburse Pakistan for costs incurred in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, from the period of July 2010 through May 2011."

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Kirmani | 9 years ago | Reply

How many terrorists will US get in return?

Singh | 9 years ago | Reply

@faraz: Very good

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