Iran’s foreign minister will visit Pakistan next week, the two countries said Monday, following unprecedented attacks on either side of the border last week that appeared to target Baluch militant groups with similar separatist goals.PAKISTANI FORCES KILL 7 MILITANTS NEAR AFGHAN BORDERThe countries accuse each other of providing a haven to the groups in their respective territories. The flag of Iran is seen in front of the building of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Headquarters in Vienna, Austria. (Michael Gruber/Getty Images)Pakistan’s military and political leadership last Friday moved to de-escalate tensions with Iran. Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency said that Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian spoke to Pakistani counterpart Jalil Abbas Jilani to defuse the flare-up.Pakistan said in a statement that Amirabdollahian would visit the country on Jan. 29. The statement also said that the two foreign ministers agreed that the ambassadors from both countries could return to their posts by Jan. 26.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPPakistan recalled its ambassador amid the brief crisis and stopped Iran’s envoy from returning to his post.