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News number: 8712210500

12:33 | 2009-03-11

Politics

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Trilateral Summit of Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Held in Tehran

TEHRAN (FNA)- A trilateral summit meeting of presidents of Iran, Tajikistan and Afghanistan was held here Tuesday evening.



Iranian Presidents Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President Emomali Rahmon of Tajikistan and Afghan President Hamid Karzai in their meeting stressed that expansion of relations and trilateral cooperation are beneficial to all three countries.

According to the Islamic republic news agency, the presidents said potentials and capacities of the three countries are complementary to each other's and ties should be developed in all fields.

"Transportation, electricity, water and trade are among existing fields in which bilateral cooperation should be expanded," the three presidents underlined.

They also called for acceleration of implementation of trilateral agreements.

The three countries agreed the national coordinating council in the level of foreign ministers hold its first meeting in Tajikistan as soon as possible and follow up the agreements reached in Tehran summit.

The three foreign ministers also got committed to follow up Tehran trilateral agreements in the Afghan city of "Mazar-e-Sharif" in the late March, 2009.