Iranian, Indian and Pakistani foreign ministry officials have agreed to form a task group for strengthening joint economic cooperation, IRNA reported on Monday. The agreement was reached during a tripartite meeting held here to discuss grounds for promotion of joint economic cooperation. The officials also agreed to follow up efforts to develop joint trade activities, investments and transit of goods among the three capitals during a meeting which would be held three months later. Given their joint cultural viewpoints, Tehran, Islamabad and New Delhi could further serve their common interests through cooperation at the international and regional circles, Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran Abbas Araqchi said after the meeting. Meanwhile, the Indian and Pakistani officials voiced their countries’ readiness to boost joint economic cooperation with Tehran in the future, the Iranian news agency reported.