Mohammad Hanif Atmar, Acting Foreign Minister, headed a high-profile delegation to Tajikistan, in a bid to discuss joint cooperation and economic developing in the county and region, the ministry said in a statement.
According to the statement, the two-day trip is upon an official invitation by the Tajikistan government.
Atmar is due to meet with President Imam Ali Rahman, Prime Minister Qaher Rasulzadeh, Foreign Minister Sirajuddin Mehraldin and Chairman of the State Committee for National Security of Tajikistan Seyed Momen Yatimov, the statement read.
The talks will reportedly focus on further strengthening relations between the two countries on security and border sectors, transport, investment, trade, transit and energy.
During the trip, Hanif Atmar is accompanied by a number of government officials, governors and parliament members.