ISLAMABAD (Online) - US President Barack Obama has finally decided to postpone his proposed visit to Pakistan during current year due to rift in relations between the two countries after unilateral Abbottabad action. President Asif Ali Zardari had invited his American counterpart during the summit conference of Pak-US Strategic dialogue in October 2010 to visit Pakistan on official tour, which Obama accepted. However, US Embassy in Islamabad said that the visit to Pakistan was not on the schedule of the US President. Reliable sources told Online that Pak-US ties were damaged when the issue of Raymond Davis arose, but the bitterness reached at top when US marines conducted Abbottabad action to kill the al Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden without taking Pakistan into confidence on May 2.