The U.S. military has canceled $300 million in aid to Pakistan on the grounds that its government has not done enough to combat enemy militants, according to a Saturday report from Reuters. The aid, part of a package known as the Coalition Support Funds, was first jeopardized early this year when President Trump suspended it. Trump justified his decision by claiming that Pakistan was harboring enemy militants fighting in the neighboring Afghanistan, and that they therefore did not deserve U.S. aid. Reuters notes that U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis had the opportunity to re-implement the funds this summer if he saw significant government action to pursue insurgents, but he eventually decided against it. Reuters adds that this will be a significant loss for Pakistan, which has received more than $33 billion from the U.S. since 2002, $14 billion of which was under Coalition Support Funds.