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$10.7 billion reimbursed by US


Islamabad: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar announced that US government had reimbursed up to October this year a total of $10.775 billion on account of war on terrorism.

The written information was placed before the house in response to a question by Karim Ahmed Khwaja of Peoples Party.

The opposition senator had asked the minister to disclose “the amount provided to Pakistan by the USA on account of war on terror under the Coalition Support Fund so far, with year-wise break-up”.

He had also sought to know the amount that Pakistan had received under the Kerry-Lugar Bill.

He said that under the Kerry-Lugar Bergman Legislation up to $1.5bn per year could be allocated to Pakistan starting from October 2009. The actual amount obligated by the US Congress from October 2009 to June 30, 2013 was $3.947bn.

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