ISLAMABAD - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton telephoned Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and asked him to attend Bonn Conference on Afghanistans future, reported a private TV channel on Saturday. During the telephonic conversation, Clinton said that US respected sovereignty of Pakistan, adding that Pak-US relationship should not be affected after Nato attacks on Pakistani border checkposts in Mohmand Agency. The Prime Minister told Clinton about the decision taken by Defence Committee of the Cabinet and Parliamentary Committee on National Security. Agencies add: With Pakistan vowing to respond with full force to any future aggression in the wake of the deadly Nato strike, the Pentagon has said that Islamabad has the right to self-defence and so does the US. It also admitted that the last Saturday air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers has had a chilling effect on US-Pakistan military relations. Ive seen the comments attributed to General Kayani. Im certainly not going to speak for him or for the government of Pakistan. But every sovereign nation has the right of self-defense and the right to order their troops to defend themselves. Thats what my understanding is what he did: He reiterated their right of self-defence. We certainly respect that right of his. We have it as well, Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt John Kirby told reporters. He was responding to questions about Pakistan Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani ordering his troops to respond with full force to any further act of aggression by Nato forces. Kirby also said, I think its safe to say that the incident has had a chilling effect on our relationship with the Pakistani military, no question about that. Both sides deem it to be as serious as it was. Kirby suggested the US military would also review its operations and tactics for forces stationed in eastern Afghanistan. Clearly, an incident like this causes you - and should cause you - to take a step back and look at how youre doing things and whether there need to be improvements made or any kind of tactical decisions ...(to) do things a little differently, Kirby said.