The Dawn quoted Asif as saying that, "Unlike past, we would not, under any circumstances, act as a US proxy. We will not sacrifice our interests for serving US interests. Adding that there were "difficulties in the relationship".
The Foreign Minister made the remark while talking to journalists after inaugurating a seminar titled "The economic benefits of the modern Silk Road - CPEC" organised by a local think tank Pak-China Institute.
The meeting comes a week after the global money-laundering watchdog, FATF, listed Pakistan back on a grey list for terror financing.
Earlier, US President Donald Trump had also suspended military aid to Pakistan since it was not doing enough to eliminate terrorism on its soil. (ANI)