Mr Khan wrote on his official account: "Disappointed at the arrogant and negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialogue".
"Disappointed at the arrogant and negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialogue", PM Imran tweeted.
However, India backed out of the talks on Friday, blaming "latest brutal killings of our security personnel by Pakistan-based entities and the recent release of a series of twenty postage stamps by Pakistan glorifying a terrorist and terrorism".
"Since yesterday's announcement of a meeting between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan in NY later this month, two deeply disturbing developments have taken place", the government statement said.
Kumar, however, had not specified a date for the meeting but sources told Geo News that it was scheduled for September 27.
"We have noted relevant reports and we welcome the positive remarks made by the Indian and Pakistani leaders on improving bilateral relations", Lu said while replying to a question on the statements made by the two leaders.
Pakistan recently issued postage stamps of Burhan Wani, a young Kashmiri rebel commander killed by Indian troops in July 2016, whose death sparked a wave of violent protests in India-administered Kashmir.
An informal meeting of SAARC foreign ministers is scheduled to take place in NY, on the sidelines of the UNGA session, around September 26-27.
Before leaving for New York, Qureshi said on Saturday that he would raise the issue of Kashmir at the UNGA.
"A high-level delegation led by Saudi energy minister will visit Pakistan during the first week of October for talks", Chaudhry said.
The Trump administration suspended massive aid to Pakistan, which is in the dire need of an International Monetary Fund bailout due to a balance of payment crisis because the quasi-military state has not adequately addressed America's concerns on terrorism.