Mr Khan told The Washington Post: "I would never want to have a relationship where Pakistan is treated like a hired gun - given money to fight someone else's war".
"I would again emphasise that the point to be registered is that all stakeholders now agree with Pakistan's position that the final settlement of the Afghan conflict can only be achieved through dialogue", said FO spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal at his weekly media briefing. It not only cost us human lives, devastation of our tribal areas, but it also cost us our dignity.
"We would try to bring peace to Afghanistan trough reconciliation process", the prime minister said.
Giving the instance of Pak-China ties, he said, "our relationship with China is not one-dimensional".
Speaking at the cabinet meeting, he said PTI's viewpoint was now being vindicated by US Special Representative Zamlay Khalilzad rest of the world. "We want a similar relationship with the USA". "And yet Pakistan was asked to participate in the USA war".
Asked why he "harboured anti-US sentiments", Khan said disagreeing with Washington's policies did not make him "anti-American".
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Khan also termed the USA policy of declaring people criticizing American policies as "imperialistic approach". "But as far as the determination and resolve of the Afghan security forces are concerned, I reassure you that they are very resilient".
He added, "It was humiliating that we were losing our soldiers and civilians and [suffering terrorist] bomb attacks because we were participating in the USA war, and then our ally did not trust us to kill bin Laden".
"It was humiliating that we were losing our soldiers and civilians and (suffering terrorist) bomb attacks because we were participating in the USA war, and then our ally did not trust us to kill Bin Laden", he said, adding that the United States "should have tipped off Pakistan". Major General Asif Ghafoor urged the U.S. to leave Kabul as a "friend of the region" rather than a "failure".
The former cricketer told the newspaper he was merely "setting the record straight" with Mr Trump "saying Pakistan was the reason for these sanctuaries [for Taliban leaders]".
He said during a summit last July, NATO made a decision to strengthen its support to Afghanistan with more troops to train, advise and assist the Afghan security forces so they can create the conditions for peace and reconciliation. Now I'm happy that everyone realizes there is only a political solution.
"We will try to make the Afghan Taliban engage in dialogue with the U.S.", the prime minister replied when asked about the way forward following Trump's letter. We are there to fight global terrorism and to prevent Afghanistan from ever again becoming a safe haven for worldwide terrorism.