Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday to attend an international conference on Afghanistan, IRIB News reported.
Foreign ministers and representatives of some 70 world countries and regional and international organizations are to participate in the international event which is to begin in the Afghan capital city on Tuesday.
Participants in the meeting will focus on several issues including security, development and regional cooperation.
The Iranian foreign minister is to review issues of mutual interests with senior Afghan officials and a number of officials attending the conference on the sidelines of the event.
Organizers of the conference have declared that they have prepared plans for economic growth, boosting responsibility of Afghan forces and fight against administrative corruption, ISNA reported.
Also the UN envoy for Afghanistan Stefan di Mistura had said the conference is to deal with handing over the responsibility to Afghan forces.
The conference hosts Afghan President Hamid Karzai, a UN envoy, foreign ministers, high ranking officials, representatives and financial institutions from over 70 countries to mull over and agree on Afghan government's plans for better development and governance of the country.