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Turkey, Iran stress expanding cooperation. Environment field

Turkey, Iran stress expanding cooperation. Environment field

Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Iranian Foreign Minister, and Mevlut Causoglu, Turkish counterpart, have discussed recent developments in bilateral ties as well as some regional and international topics over the phone.

Cavusoglu congratulated Amir-Abdollahian as well as the Iranian people, government and people on Eid al-Fitr. However, he stressed the need to take concrete steps to increase good and friendly relations between both countries.

The Turkish foreign ministry also stressed Ankara’s willingness to hold the 7th Supreme Council of Strategic Bilateral Cooperation. It also planned to prepare for the Turkish presidents visit Tehran.

Cavusoglu mentioned the good relations between neighboring and brotherly states, saying that pursuant an agreement between Iran, Turkey, he would pursue the environmental questions and management of common waters resources through relevant institutions in Turkey, and continue the sessions of the joint Water Committees.

During the telephone conversation the Iranian foreign Minister also congratulated Cavusoglu for Eid al-Fitr. The continuation of visits from high-ranking officials between the two countries is in line to the expansion and development the Tehran-Ankara relationships more than ever. Amir Abdollahian referred to plans to host the 7th Supreme Council of Strategic Bilateral Cooperation among the Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkey.

The meeting was described by the top Iranian diplomat as a significant step toward promoting relations and realizing the mutual interests of both countries, as well expanding bilateral ties. Amir Abdollahian strongly emphasized cooperation between Iran, Turkey and the management and protection of common water resources.

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He also stressed the importance in resolving remaining issues in the field and stressed the necessity to accelerate cooperation between Tehran and Ankara under the umbrella of the joint-water committee, given the importance climate change. The foreign ministers from Turkey and Iran stressed that they need to continue consultations in order to address issues related to bilateral relations and regional and international issues of mutual interest.


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