Pakistan will not seek a new International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme, nor will it ask for an extension of the current one due to end on September 30, because it has no balance of payments crisis and has enough foreign exchange reserves, a finance ministry official told a foreign news agency on Sunday. Pakistan is due to meet with IMF officials during the World Bank and IMF annual meeting in Washington from September 23-25. "There is no immediate threat to the balance of payment and our foreign exchange reserves position is comfortable enough," the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.