A US delegation held negotiations with Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar to review bilateral relations between both the countries with special focus on Pakistan’s parliamentary recommendation with regard to fresh terms of re engagement with the United States. US Special Representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan Marc Grossman along with Ambassador Cameron Mentor called held meeting with Khar. Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbass Jelani was also present during the meeting. Hina Rabbani Khar said the US was not listening to Pakistani demands of  halt in US drone attacks. She said that others mean should be used to take out militants form Pakistan’s northwestern tribal region near Afghan border. US special Pak-Afghan envoy Marc Grossman has said the United States respects the sovereignty of Pakistan. He was addressing a joint conference with foreign secretary Jaleel Abbas in Islamabad. He said he hopes that an incident like Salala check post doesn’t happen again. Grossman maintained that United States respects all the policies underlined by parliament of Pakistan. He said U.S. president Obama also expressed his grief over the check post incident. Responding to a question, he said no decision has been taken on the issue of NATO supply resumption as yet, adding that operation to restore peace in region must continue. Meanwhile, foreign secretary said Pakistan wants to build relations with United States on mutual trust. He said Pakistan will continue to bring peace in Afghanistan. Marc Grossman arrived Islamabad on Wednesday for two days of meetings aimed at resetting the two countries’ fractious relationship after a series of damaging setbacks.