The US Central Command said on Friday it was “in constant contact” with the Pakistani military after saying that Pakistan “felt betrayed” by the United States accusing it of not doing enough to tackle terrorism.

Colonel John Thomas, a spokesman for the US Central Command, also called for occasional talks between Gen. Joseph Fotill, commander of the Central Command, and General Qamar Javed Bajwa, commander of the Pakistani army.

“We appreciate the common understanding of the interests and the concerns we should take into consideration and may lead to a positive course,” Thomas said.

The Pentagon declined to comment on reports of a Pakistani decision to halt the exchange of information.