ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi will leave for Tehran tomorrow (Sunday) to attend 'the ECO Council of Ministers' meeting on Monday. The Council of Ministers' meeting of Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) will be followed by the 10th Summit Meeting of the regional organisation on March 11. President Asif Ali Zardari will represent Pakistan in the ECO summit level meeting that will be attended by heads of the states or governments of the ten member states. An official here said that the Foreign Minister Qureshi would discuss the progress on various projects of the organisation with his counterparts from other ECO states. Besides, the foreign ministers would consider new proposals to strengthen regional cooperation and discuss ways and means to implement them, he said. He also said the ECO foreign ministers would submit their report to the summit level meeting on different regional issues after thorough consultations. The official further added that ECO summit would deliberate upon global financial crisis and economic challenges confronting the region. He said the heads of state and government would issue policy guidelines to promote economic cooperation and accelerate regional integration. According to the official, one major issue to be discussed in ECO meetings would be that of reconstruction of Afghanistan and the role of organisation in that regard. Moreover, the meetings would also discuss measures to combat drug trafficking and implementation of important agreements including the ECO Trade Agreement (ECOTA) and Transit Transport Framework Agreement (TTFA).