The Economical Advisor of the Azerbaijan Embassy in Pakistan, Sabir Rzayev, exclusively informed Trend that three new agreements are planned to be signed between Azerbaijan and Pakistan in the economical sphere. According to him, the agreements will be signed in the sphere of information technologies and transport links. The project of agreement on co-operation in IT sphere has already been agreed and the remaining two projects of agreement are being agreed, the diplomat said. The documents are planned to be signed during the next meeting of the Azerbaijan-Pakistani Intergovernmental Economic Co-operation Commission scheduled for 6-7 February in Islamabad. According to Rzayev, the agenda of the meeting will include the development of the co-operation in the spheres of trade, science and technology, communications, agriculture, finance, banking sector, labor, education, health, sport and tourism. In addition, the sides will consider the opportunities of developing the co-operation in the sphere of energy and natural resources. According to Rzayev, from the Pakistani side, the Commission is headed by the Minister of Oil and Natural Resources, Amanulla Khan Jadun and from the Azerbaijani side, the First Prime Minister, Yagub Eyyubov. The Commission includes Deputy Minister of Defense Industry, Deputy Foreign Minister, Deputy Minister of Communications and Information Technologies, Deputy Education Minister, Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Deputy Minister of Health, Deputy Minister of Finance, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and other Ministries and State bodies.