The assistance to Pakistan in 2013 was USD 1.2 billion- out of which 834 million were economic and 361 million were given as security-related aid. This does not include the coalition support fund reimbursement which is the money given to Pakistan in lieu of the actual expenses made by Islamabad towards the support of the US operations in Afghanistan. Under the security related assistance, the Obama Administration has retained the 2013 level of USD 280 million of foreign military assistance for the year 2015. For 2014, Obama had proposed USD 300 million in foreign military finance for Pakistan. There has been a drop in other security related funds including counternarcotic. This time there is no allocation to Pakistan counterinsurgency fund/counterinsurgency capability fund which was USD 452 million in 2012, USD 800 million in 2011 and USD 700 in 2010.