ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Thursday said that the United States would be responsible if Pakistan failed in war against terror. She made the statement while giving a briefing to the Parliamentary Committee on National Security. The foreign minister added that Pakistan could not fight war on terror alone. Khar said NATO attack on Pakistani checkposts had stalled Pak-US relationship and the rules of engagement, as envisage in envoys conference, needed reviewing. 'The input of the envoys conference have been submitted to the NSC. All these inputs were drafted in light of our national interests and objectives. These inputs would be as a working paper and it would make its recommendations that would be presented to the joint sitting of the Parliament, she said while talking to the media, after the National Security Committee (NSC) meeting here at the Parliament House. She said that envoys conference and DCC had envisaged reassessment of Pak-US ties. Regarding the reports about suspension of $ 700 million US assistance to Pakistan, she said, 'We are concerned what the Parliament desires, we are not dependent on assistance by any country and assistance given to Pakistan was over-projected. She said, 'We are thankful for assistance by friendly countries but its doesnt mean we are dependent on any countrys funding. Hina stated Pakistan had signed two agreements with the US, one on providing land route to NATO supplies while the other one entailed Pak-US military cooperation. She said Pakistan wanted to keep diplomatic ties with foreign powers on the basis of equality, or else, they would prove counter-productive. 'It needs a review which is under process, she said. Hina said Pakistan was reassessing its terms of engagement with the US considering Pakistans national interests and mutual grounds for cooperation. 'I guarantee that after reviewing Pak-US relations and the Parliaments mandate to this review process, this partnership would get more strength and support. Regarding the absence of Pakistans Ambassador to UK Wajid Shamsul Hassan in the Envoys Conference, Hina Khar said he was facing some health problems and he was represented by his Secretary. Briefing the media on the in-camera proceedings of the committee, Chairman of the NSC, Mian Raza Rabbani said that during the four-hour meeting, Foreign Minister, Foreign Secretary and Secretary Defence had given briefings. Rabbani said, 'The joint sitting of the Parliament would finalise new terms of engagement for the country with NATO, ISAF, and the US keeping in view the national interests and objectives. 'We have asked the Defence Secretary to submit text of those agreements so as the NSC may be able to propose amendments to those agreements. The Secretary Defence would provide those details in next meeting, he added. Rabbani said the committee had decided to separate the memo issue and NATO attacks to be dealt with separately According to Rabbani, the NSC was apprised that nine defence-related agreements were signed while two agreements were agreed upon by the Foreign Ministry.