His remarks came a day after Pakistan's Foreign Office rejected the US State Department's statement about a telephonic conversation between Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Prime Minister Imran Khan.
"Pakistan takes exception to the factually incorrect statement issued by US State Dept on today's phone call btwn PM Khan & Sec Pompeo", he wrote. The task force, an intergovernmental body that sets standards for fighting illicit finance globally, added Pakistan to a list of nations not doing enough to clamp down on financial operations of terrorists and terrorist groups. "This should be immediately corrected", he added.
Prime Minister Imran Khan will chair a meeting of the federal cabinet on Friday (today), Geo News reported. "We hope to forge a good, productive working relationship with the new civilian government", said US State Department's spokesperson Heather Nauert.
"He congratulated Imran Khan and told him that the USA wants a productive relationship with Pakistan".
Regardless, the US State Department said Washington "stand [s] by our readout", as confirmed by Nauert.
Throughout his political career, Khan has been an aggressive and outspoken critics of US drone attacks in Pakistan, especially in the tribal areas that run along the border with neighboring Afghanistan.
In one of the initial moves after becoming the Prime Minister, Imran Khan said that his government will support any positive steps to improve relations with India.
Pakistan regularly denies that the Afghan Taliban operates from its soil.
Reports say Pompeo is likely to visit Pakistan in September and hold talks with the newly elected prime minister.
"In line with the existing policy, the government is committed to meeting the requirements for relief and rehabilitation through domestic efforts", said a statement released by the ministry of foreign affairs.
Pompeo, who is expected in Islamabad on September 5, would be the first foreign dignitary to meet Imran Khan.
Mr Khan is well known for his criticism of USA military policy in Afghanistan, but he said after winning elections last week that he seeks better relations with the United States after a series of aid cuts and the suspension of U.S. military training.
He said the PTI government had already abolished political censorship from Radio Pakistan and Pakistan Television, but did not elaborate.
"We have to understand the needs of Americans in Afghanistan if we want to improve ties with the U.S.", the new foreign minister said Friday.