ISLAMABAD (Online) - President Asif Ali Zardari would visit the US next week to participate in the oath-taking ceremony of US President-elect Barack Obama to be held on January 20 in Washington DC. According to official sources, the President would leave for Washington on Jan 19 to attend the ceremony. The sources told that Zardari has been specially invited by the US govt to attend the ceremony. He would be one of the few privileged world leaders who would attend the oath-taking of the US President-elect. During his stay he would call on Obama and discuss matters related to Pak-US relations, war against terrorism and other regional and international affairs. Both leaders would also devise policy to strengthen Pak-US relation under the new US administration, sources told. He would discuss Pakistan-India relations after Mumbai mayhem. He will also interact with the US media. Pakistan's Ambassador to the US Hussain Haqqani, who is currently in Islamabad, is making arrangements for the President's meeting and media interaction with the US officials.