WASHINGTON -  Pakistani Ambassador to the US Sherry Rehman laid stress on reinventing Pakistan-US engagement on the basis of parliamentary review regarding the current status of relationship between the two countries.  She was referring to the Parliament’s strategic review of relations with the US after the November 26 Nato raid in Mohmand Agency. Sherry said that the current phase of mistrust would not help either side. She hoped that both sides would strive to build a future relationship on the basis of mutual trust, interest and respect.US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan Marc Grossman also agreed with the assessment of Ambassador Sherry and her views on the importance of Pak-US ties. He said that both countries had a lot of shared interests to build upon and move forward.“The two countries, Pakistan and the US, need to cooperate at this critical time,” he said. “The US administration looks forward to the parliamentary review recommendations besides working with Ambassador Sherry on taking the bilateral relationship forward,” he added.Sherry was attending a luncheon meeting at the residence of renowned Pakistani-American social worker and ambassador-at-large Riffat Mahmood that was also attended by Congressman Jim Moran, US officials, senior diplomats and leaders of Pakistani-American community.Riffat Mahmood welcomed Sherry and assured that the Pakistani community would extend its cooperation to the new ambassador. “We will support Sherry in the realisation of the objective she has been assigned,” he said.