Azerbaijan , Baku, Sept. 28 /Trend D.Khatinoglu/
Iran's Interior minister
Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar left Tehran for Pakistan, IRNA reported on Wednesday.
During the visit, Najjar will discuss with top Pakistani officials security issues, and cooperation of the two countries in struggle against drug and human trafficking.
He plans to hold talks on the preparation of security cooperation agreements between the two countries.
Najjar will head to flood-affected areas in the south of the country.
Last month, Pakistan has been pounded by heavy monsoon rains which have caused massive floods in the province of Sindh. The floods have brought about massive damage to all infrastructures of the country.