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"No country has done more than Pakistan to counter the menace of terrorism. No country has suffered more than Pakistan from the scourge of terrorism, often perpetrated from outside our borders," the Foreign Office said in a statement.
The statement followed a cabinet meeting that discussed the new American strategy unveiled on late Monday.
"It is disappointing that the US policy statement ignores the enormous sacrifices rendered by the Pakistani nation," it added.
Pakistan said there can be "no exclusive military solution to the crisis in Afghanistan. The military action during the last 17 years has not brought peace to Afghanistan, and it is not likely to do so in the future.
"Only an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned politically negotiated solution can lead to sustainable peace in Afghanistan," it added.