ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari is starting today his three-day visit to Tajikistan to strengthen political and economic relations between the two countries and present Pakistans approach towards regional security issues. The President left for Dubai on Monday from Karachi and will proceed to Dushanbe today to meet his Tajik counterpart and also attend trilateral and quadrilateral summits to discuss regional security situation. During his stay, he will meet Tajik President Enomali Rahman and discuss further boosting of bilateral trade and economic relations between the two countries. Regional security and energy are the two main issues on the agenda during President Zardari visit to Tajikistan. The visit is important, as the issue of terrorism also needs regional approach, a source privy to the visit said. A trilateral summit of Tajikistan, Pakistan and Afghanistan and a quadrilateral summit of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Russia are also likely to be held during the visit. Tajik Minister for Energy and Industry Gul Sherali, earlier, visited Pakistan and met President Zardari as part of pre-visit exercise. Pakistan is also discussing import of electricity from Tajikistan and the issue would also be at the top of the agenda during the meeting. An advance team of federal ministers and senior officials had already arrived Dushanbe to discuss pre-summit issues. FM Shah Mahmood Quraeshi, Federal Commerce Minister Amin Fahim, Spokesman to the President Farhatullah Babar and other senior officials are part of the Presidents entourage.