President Rouhani confers with Turkish Foreign Minister

President Hassan Rouhani in a meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu hailed the age-old, friendly relations between the two countries, and stressed that good ties between the two Muslim neighboring nations are crucially important to the entire region.

Mon 05 - August 2013 - 15:20

"The bilateral relations between Iran and Turkey have been much important to both nations and the entire region since long time ago and further expansion of mutual cooperation in different areas will certainly be effective in the establishment of peace and stability in the region," Dr.Rouhani said during the meeting in Tehran on Monday.
"There reside abundant potentials and capacities for the development of the relations, which need to be utilized in a bid to further consolidate and deepen the two countries' ties at the bilateral, regional and international levels," he added.
Davutoglu, for his part, described the relations between Iran and Turkey as "good", and said, "Turkey believes that development of bilateral ties and cooperation between Tehran and Ankara serves both nations' interests."

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