Iranian President, Turkish FM Confer on Bilateral Ties
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in a meeting here in Tehran reviewed ways to boost mutual cooperation, and stressed the necessity for the development of bilateral ties.
During the meeting, Ahmadinejad referred to the friendly relations between the two countries, and described Tehran and Ankara's progress as beneficial to the region and world countries as well as themselves.
Terming cooperation among the regional countries a requirement for progress, tranquility and stability of the region, he underlined that Iran and Turkey enjoy ample opportunities to develop their ties and cooperation specially in the energy sector.
Davutoglu, for his part, felicitated Ahmadinejad on his reelection in the recent election in Iran, and presented a message from the Turkish President to him.
He further called for the further expansion of relations between the two countries, saying Ankara now attaches more significant to its brotherly ties with Tehran than ever.