ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilanis visit to the United States in next month is likely to remain a routine affair, sources said on Monday. There are no signs so far that suggest significant improvement in relations between the two estranged strategic partners and this was despite relaxation by Islamabad in restrictions on movements of the US diplomats. Islamabad has been on toes to take maximum advantage from the Prime Ministers visit to the United States to participate in the United Nations General Assembly Session slated for the third week of September. Washington seems indifferent to Islamabads efforts to make it a useful visit, the sources said, adding there would only one meeting between the Prime Minister Gilani and the US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and in which the US was likely to repeat its mantra to Pakistan 'to do more. The sources were of the view that there could an opportunity of a handshake between the US President Obama and Prime Minister Gilani at the UN General Assembly sessions opening reception. Islamabads through diplomatic channels is trying its best to secure important meetings at the leadership level between Pakistan and the United States during the proposed visit of Prime Minister Gilani.