ISLAMABAD - US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter on Thursday said that America might not agree to all the recommendations proposed by Pakistan’s Parliamentary Committee on National Security, reported a private TV channel.

Stressing the need for mending fences before it was too late, Munter said the US was ready to hammer out all the bones of contention including drone attacks. Hoping that the estrangements would come to an end, Munter reiterated that removal of all the thorns stinging the ties between allies in ‘war on terror’ was indispensable.

Expressing his grief on Siachen tragedy, he said US would always stand by Pakistan in the hour of need. “US offered Pakistan help in the search and rescue operation, which it welcomed as a token of goodwill, other nations have also stepped forward in this regard,” Munter said.

He commended both Pakistan as well as India for making moves to let bygones be bygones and embarking upon the path of reconciliatory diplomacy.

“The two neighbours must understand that a boost in mutual trade would improve the economies of both sides.”

In a statement issued, he unambiguously made it clear that US would in no way ‘flee’ Afghanistan any time soon, adding all eyes were now focused on upcoming meeting of NATO heads of state.