Pakistan said on Thursday it was saddened by remarks by British Prime Minister David Cameron that it was exporting terror, adding these did not reflect ground realities. Pakistan is a key ally of the United States whose help is crucial for US efforts to stabilise neighbouring Afghanistan. Cameron's remarks, made on Wednesday during a visit to Pakistan's arch-rival India, came days before an expected visit by President Asif Ali Zardari to Britain. The Pakistani foreign ministry said Zardari would visit Britain despite Cameron's remarks. Obviously, we are saddened by Prime Minister Cameron's remarks in Bangalore to an Indian audience. These remarks are contrary to the facts on the ground, Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Basit told a news briefing. Basit said Cameron's remarks were prompted by classified US military reports published by the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks Website. Some of of the classified reports appear to reveal that Pakistan secretly aided Taliban militants while taking billions of dollars in US aid.