The White House is confident that the US-Pakistan ties will withstand any negative effect emanating from the diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks, US Special Representative Richard Holbrooke has said, while vowing continued efforts towards building mutual trust. "These dreadful leaks, these appalling leaks, which are so unfortunate, are not going to change US-Pakistan relations. We will continue to advance the ties," the Daily Times quoted Holbrooke, who had talked to the top Pakistani civilian and military leadership before the release of classified cables, as saying. "I was at a high-level meeting at the White House this morning. That was one of the main conclusions of the meeting that whatever these WikiLeaks have to say, they don't change anything fundamental in our relationship," the diplomat said in an interview.