ISLAMABAD Pakistani Ambassador in US Sherry Rehman left for Washington on Saturday after important consultations with the top political and military leadership of the country.

Sources said that Sherry Rehman, who was summoned to Islamabad five days back, attended a meeting at Aiwan-e-Sadr, chaired by the President and the Prime Minister. The Foreign minister, Interior minister, Army chief and other senior officials were also present in the meeting. The meeting discussed latest situation in Pak-US relations, Pak-Iran gas pipeline and US threats on it, suspension of Nato supplies and the agreement. The sources said that the political and military leadership expressed full satisfaction over the performance of Sherry Rehman as ambassador in Washington.