Qureshi argued that the US was not justified in cutting the $300 million because it was meant to reimburse Pakistan's military for money spent fighting the Taliban and other militants threatening USA troops in Afghanistan.
However, Qureshi said that they will take up the matter with the USA during his visit on Wednesday.
Furthermore, he said that the reason behind the differences with the United States was its plan to give a role to India in Afghanistan while Islamabad and Washington were in agreement that the U.S. should leave a stable Afghanistan.
Pentagon officials say a request was submitted to Congress this summer for authorization to use the $300 million for other purposes.
No restoration of U.S. security assistance to Pakistan before the war in Afghanistan ends, more restrictions may be imposed and Washington has serious concerns about Pakistan's growing economic ties with China, said Assistant Secretary of Defence for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs Randall G. Schriver.
At the time the Pentagon offered to restore funding if Pakistan took "decisive action" against the terrorist group, but Saturday's announcement officially withdrew that offer.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi made the call during a news conference on Sunday where he clarified that the CSF blocked by the U.S. was part of reimbursement for the loss of lives and financial damages that Pakistan suffered while leading the fight against terrorism.
A Pakistani official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said he was unaware of a formal notification of the USA decision on assistance, but said one was expected by the end of September.
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"We will listen to their point of view, and we will present our position to them", he said.
The Pentagon announced in January that it was suspending aid, known as coalition support funds, to Pakistan, and subsequently the Congress cancelled $500 million in such aid. "They give safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help".
"If they don't want to reimburse for future spending, it may be different thing. They [U.S.] are showing only one side of it; we will show the other side", he said.
He added that there is a trust deficit between Pakistan and the United States but the government wants to improve the ties and build trust between the two countries.
Relations between the new Pakistani government and Washington got off to a rocky start last month when Qureshi publicly disputed that Pompeo had brought up the thorny issue of terrorist havens in a phone call with Prime Minister Khan.
Trump in August past year unveiled his new South Asia policy and asked Pakistan to do more against such groups. The deal was done even before the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government assumed power, he added.
The suspension is part of a broader pullback in military aid for Pakistan announced by the Trump administration in January.
-Pakistani relationship, following the election victory of Imran Khan, the new Pakistani prime minister. While Washington insists that Pompeo raised the issue of terrorism Islamabad says the issue did not figure in the telephonic talk.