ISLAMABAD – The outgoing US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter Sunday said there is a dire need for Pakistan’s democratic forces to work in tandem with Pakistan Army.“All democratic institutions should work together... (Though) it is certainly not easy that the parliament, the judiciary and the executive would be able to function in tandem with the army, as it would take time to adjust to such an anomaly,” he said in an interview with a private TV channel.Important political leaders of Pakistan like PTI Chairman Imran Khan and PML-N President Nawaz Sharif have expressed their keen desire for maintaining good relations with America, Munter said, adding: “I am a diplomat and speak nothing but the truth, as I confess that I am quite impressed with all politicians of Pakistan including an impressive Maulana Fazlur Rehman.”Munter, along with his wife Dr Marilyn Wyatt, also gave a farewell call on the PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif. The outgoing US envoy said on the occasion that his country was absolutely committed to democracy in Pakistan. Opposition Leader in Senate Ishaq Dar was also present.The envoy spoke of his admiration for the people of Pakistan and said he was deeply impressed by the enormous changes taking place which made him confident that the country was headed in the right direction. “America would always support democracy in Pakistan, as it had been doing ever since 2008, when a democratic government took power in Pakistan”, he said.Nawaz Sharif on this occasion called upon the US to pursue a policy of mutual respect and trust with Pakistan, as only such an approach can restore cooperation between them and serve the cause of peace in the region. He emphasised the need for the US to re-orient its policies towards Pakistan in a manner that the country’s democratic institutions become stronger and its economy made less dependent on foreign aid.