KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistan is likely to get $300 million from the US for costs incurred in fighting militants, officials said on Thursday. The funds are part of a so-called Coalition Support Fund (CSF), a US programme to reimburse countries that have incurred costs supporting counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency operations. Pakistan should receive $300 million soon, said a Pakistani finance official who declined to be identified. The United States has reimbursed Pakistan $7.4 billion under the CSF programme since 2001, when Pakistan joined the US-led campaign against militancy.