WASHINGTON - Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States Sherry Rehman met Senator Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader, in his Chamber Wednesday afternoon and discussed Pakistan-US relations. Senator McConnell was joined in the meeting by Senator Rand Paul. According to the Pakistani embassy here, the Pakistani envoy also met with Senator Risch. “Both sides agreed on the importance of overcoming the current stalemate in the bilateral relationship urgently and to work for robust and even keeled relationship based on mutual respect,” the embassy said. Senator Mitch McConnell and Senator Rand Paul in addition to conveying their concerns over the conviction and continued detention of Dr. Shakeel Afridi, urged Pakistan to open the GLOCs to facilitate supplies to US/ISAF and to take action against Haqqani Network involved in attacking US/ISAF from their sanctuaries on Pakistani territory.