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News number: 8806221187

18:46 | 2009-09-13

Foriegn Policy

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Iran, Turkey Urge Increased Consultations over Regional Problems

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian and Turkish Foreign Ministers on Sunday underlined the necessity for more frequent consultations over solutions to regional problems.



In their second rounds of talks here in Tehran today, Manouchehr Mottaki and Ahmet Davutoglu discussed the trend of consultations for the settlement of Syria-Iraq crisis and exchanged views over the latest developments in Afghanistan and Palestine, wide-range cooperation in the campaign against terrorism and normalization of Turkey-Armenia relations.

Davutoglu, heading a political delegation, arrived in Tehran Saturday morning to review issues of mutual interest with senior Iranian officials.

During the two-hour long meeting on Sunday, Mottaki underlined that regional solutions are the most appropriate way to solve regional problems.

Davutoglu, for his part, reiterated that Iran and Turkey enjoy common capacities which can be employed as a confident, acceptable and efficient means for resolving a large number of regional problems.

Iranian and Turkish ministers during their first round of talks on Saturday hailed the positive trend of bilateral ties between the two countries, and stressed the need for Tehran and Ankara to use potential capacities to expand their relations in all arenas.

Holding the two countries' 21st joint economic commission, forming a political committee for bilateral and regional consultations, planning visits by the two countries' high-ranking officials, continuation and expansion of Tehran-Ankara security cooperation to fight terrorist groups and drug trafficking were among the most important issues discussed during the first round of talks between Mottaki and Davutoglu.