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Iran, Russia presidents review bilateral cooperation

Presidents of Iran and Russia on the sidelines of a summit of leaders of Caspian Sea littoral states in Astrakhan, Russia in their fourth meeting within a year reviewed the process of the agreement and cooperation between Tehran and Moscow.

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Mon 29 - September 2014 - 19:06

President Rouhani and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday held talks on ways to develop Tehran-Moscow economic cooperation.
Dr.Rouhani said the agreements reached in Astrakhan Summit are strong indication of unity of the five littoral states for economic cooperation on mutual interests.
The president referred to different meetings between the two presidents and other senior officials from Iran and Russia as a sign of determination on both sides to boost ties.
Dr.Rouhani added that he had held meetings with the Russian president four times over the past year and discussed bilateral, regional and international developments.
President Rouhani also touched upon the issue of anti-terrorism campaign and said, “Those who currently intend to lead the fight against terrorists in the region have started to pay attention [to this the problem] too late. This is among the Iranian nation’s honors that it identified the danger before others and fought it.”
The Russian president, for his part, hailed efforts made by President Rouhani and his government to deepen relations with Russia.
"Iran and Russia enjoy close stance on many different regional and international issues. They regard enhanced cooperation between the two countries a main factor for the maintenance of stability and security in Central Asia and the Middle East," Putin said.
Putin said that an agreement reached by the five presidents during the two-day Caspian Sea Summit in Astrakhan on security of the landlocked sea was the main achievement of the Summit.

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