Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi arrived in Islamabad today for talks with his Pakistani counterpart Khurshid Mehmud Kasuri. Foreign ministry spokesman Masood Khan said their talks would deal with bilateral and regional issues, with special focus on Afghanistan and the Pakistan-India peace process. Khan said both countries have a keen interest in an early restoration of peace and security in their neighbor Afghanistan. The talks will also focus on a proposed gas pipeline from Iran to Pakistan. A Pakistani delegation is in Tehran to finalize agreement on the 3,000-million-dollar project. Kharazi's agenda in Islamabad also includes meetings with President Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz. Kharazi is on a tour, which has taken him to Turkey, Syria and Lebanon.