ISLAMABAD - Foreign Office Saturday ruled out any possibility of Secretary Salman Bashirs US visit in near future. Foreign Secretary has no plans to visit the United States in near future, Spokesperson Tehmina Janjua told The Nation when asked her reaction to a media report that Bashir would soon visit the United States to help repair the strained bilateral relations between the two countries. There is nothing on the table as of today, she remarked in reference to a media report. Islamabad has boycotted a trilateral meeting, organised by the US, of Pakistan, Afghanistan and the United States scheduled for March 26 in Brussels as mark of protest over the CIA-operated drone attack that killed 39 innocent people in North Waziristan Agency. Pakistan is also considering cancelling the next round of bilateral Strategic Dialogue between the two countries scheduled for Islamabad next month. Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir gave a detailed briefing on foreign policy issues to the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs here Saturday. Committee Chairman Senator Salim Saifullah chaired the meeting. Sources having knowledge of the details of the meeting said that committee discussed at length Raymond Davis fiasco. Later talking to media persons, Salim Saifullah acknowledged that report about Raymond Davis had not been provided to committee despite his repeated directives to the Foreign Ministry. He said Davis was not a diplomat at all and there had been sheer lack of coordination between interior ministry and ministry of foreign affairs on the matter of issuance of visas to these people. He said that committee had serious reservations over activities of US operatives in Pakistan and details about such persons in Pakistan would be sought from the interior ministry.