Khan added, "We are ready to cooperate with Tehran to settle the issue of Afghanistan through dialogue and political ways, because peace in Afghanistan will be useful for the people of Afghanistan who have been suffering for 40 years and will also be useful for the people of Iran and Pakistan".
The future force, which was announced by the two leaders during a joint media conference after a meeting, is meant to boost border security and foster bilateral ties.
Tehran has stepped up security along its long border with Pakistan after a suicide bomber killed 27 members of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards in mid-February in southeastern Iran, with Iranian officials saying the attackers were based inside Pakistan. Pakistan lodged a strong protest with Iran over the country's "inaction" against the group behind the attack, according to The Express Tribune.
Iranian authorities say the Jaish al-Adl and Jundullah armed groups have been operating from Pakistani soil with impunity, targeting Iranian security and government targets, mainly in Sistan-Balochistan province.
Qureshi said considering the prevailing security situation, Pakistan has made a decision to take six security measures to avoid recurrence of cross-border terrorism.
"We have authentic information about the Baloch terrorists groups who have their training camps and hideouts in border areas of Iran near Pakistan border which they are using against Pakistan", Shah Mahmood Qureshi said at a press conference, aired by state-run PTV News.
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The Pakistani foreign minister said the two sides agreed to bolster security along their common border of more than 900-kilometers to stop terrorist infiltration in either direction.
"I felt the issue of terrorism was going to increase differences between our countries, so it was very important for me to come here and come with our security chief, so that we resolve this issue".
Balochistan, which borders Afghanistan and Iran, is Pakistan's poorest province and the largest by landmass, with Sunni militant groups as well as ethnic Baloch separatists active there.
Qureshi said he had talked to his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif to raise the issue.
"It is a vast area and the control over the area is hard, it makes it easy for groups to be active on both sides", he said.
"This is first visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Iran", the party said. It has also been decided that aerial surveillance of the Pak-Iran border will be done through helicopters, he added.
Hussain said Pakistan had always walked a tightrope in its relations with Iran and Saudi Arabia, keen to maintain neutrality while staying close to both allies. He thanked Rouhani for the hospitality and respect extended to the Pakistani delegation.