Pakistan requested that Britain pull out a team of military advisors sent to train the country's paramilitary troops, British media reports have said, DPA reported.
The Guardian newspaper on Sunday cited the British Ministry of Defence confirming that 18 advisors deployed to the southern province of Baluchistan to train the Frontier Corps had been withdrawn.
The corps spearheads operations against al-Qaeda and Taliban in north-western Pakistan.
The move came after a raid by US special forces that killed Osama bin Laden in the north-western city of Abbottabad on May 2. The incident strained relations between Pakistan and its western allies in the fight against terrorism.
The United States have already pulled out more than 100 military trainers from Pakistan in the wake of the raid.