WASHINGTON (APP) - President Barack Obama and President Asif Ali Zardari Tuesday discussed US-Pakistan relations in a telephonic conversation, sources said. The two leaders discussed bilateral relations in the context of last weeks Ministerial-Level US-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue, aimed at advancing mutual cooperation in wide-ranging areas of common interest to both countries and the region, official sources said. Online adds: US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke on Tuesday telephoned President Asif Ali Zardari. According to Presidential Spokesman, matters relating to Pak-US bilateral relations, recently held Strategic Dialogue, struggle against militancy and extremism, regional security situation, ROZs, reimbursements of Coalition Support Fund arrears and reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts for the flood affectees were discussed during the conversation. According to sources, the President discussed host of issues with Holbrooke like war against terrorism and ways and means to enhance Pak-US ties through thick and thin. The President informed him that US must keep on supporting Pakistan, as it is passing through a torrid time due to one of the worst floods in the history of Pakistan. Sources said that President expressed his satisfaction over concluding US Strategic Dialogue held in Washington, terming it fruitful for the days to come.