Iran’s ambassador to Türkiye announced that Tehran will host two important meetings to promote regional and international developments.

Iran Press / Iran news: In a tweet on Thursday, Iran's Ambassador, Mohammad Farazmand, wrote that Tehran will host two important summits in one day amid landmark regional and international developments.

The seventh summit of the Iranian-Turkish Relations High Committee and the Seventh summit Astana Format will be held in Tehran after a multi-year hiatus, according to Farazmand.

"Diversity and volume of diplomatic traffic in Tehran is significant," he underlined.

According to Russian media, on the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, during his trip to the Islamic Republic, Russia's Ambassador to Tehran, Levan Dzhagaryan, told the Rossiya-24 television on Wednesday.

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Dzhagaryan also said that he had "the highest expectations" that the exchange of opinions on a wide range of bilateral and regional issues raised by the Russian and Iranian presidents at the sixth Caspian Summit would be continued during Putin's visit.

On Tuesday, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov also announced that on July 19, Putin would visit Tehran.

The Astana talks began in January 2017 with the initiative of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the cooperation of Russia and Turkey to establish peace in Syria. Following the widespread invasion of Syria by Saudi-backed terrorists, the United States and its allies in 2011, Russian support and assistance by Iran to counter the terrorist group ISIS began in Syria, and the terrorist group failed.


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