The federal cabinet and National Security Committee (NSC) meetings summoned by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi to discuss the recent tweet by United States (US) President Donald Trump, has been postponed till tomorrow evening, according to reports.

Sessions of the federal cabinet and National Security Committee (NSC) were called by the PM Monday night, following the Twitter statement by Trump.

According to details, the said tweet by Trump, along with US administration’s South Asia policy will be reviewed in detail during the meeting. Matters of national security and other matters will also be discussed in the sessions.

Trump on Monday began the New Year by accusing Pakistan of giving Washington “nothing but lies and deceit”, announcing that the country will not get any aid in future. He tweeted that Islamabad thinks of US leaders “as fools”.

Trump said that Washington had “foolishly given Pakistan more than $33 billion in aid over the last 15 years”. In turn, he claimed that Pakistan had given “safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help”.

“No more,” he added, in what seems to be the latest iteration of Washington’s “do more” mantra.

Chairman joint chiefs of staff committee and the heads of the armed forces will attend the NSC meeting on Wednesday. The meeting participants will be briefed by DG ISI and DG military operations over on-going operations against terrorists.

It will also be attended by federal ministers in presence, according to reports.