Zarif is scheduled to hold official talks with his Pakistani counterpart Khawaja Asif later on Monday on key issues, focusing on anti-terror cooperation, border security and economic issues, reports Xinhua news agency.
Both Foreign Ministers are expected to speak at a joint press conference.
Cooperation for the Afghan peace and reconciliation and against the Islamic State terror group will be a part of the discussions.
"Pakistan and Iran remain actively engaged in enhancing cooperation in all areas of mutual interest," he said at his weekly briefing. The Iranian minister will participate in the Iran-Pakistan Joint Economic Forum.
After Islamabad, Zarif will travel to Karachi.
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