(IP) - Hossein Amir Abdollahian, Iranian Foreign Minister, in a post on X, declared President Ebrahim Raisi's recent visit to Ankara as the "beginning of a new chapter" in Iran-Turkey relations.

Iran PressIran news: This optimistic statement underscores the positive outcomes of the one-day trip, which focused on strengthening ties and addressing regional concerns.

The Ankara visit resulted in the signing of ten cooperation documents covering diverse areas like trade, investment, customs, and cultural exchange.

These concrete agreements lay the groundwork for enhanced collaboration across various sectors, aligned with Iran's policy of diversification and regional partnership.

President Raisi participated in the eighth meeting of the Supreme Council of Economic Cooperation, a platform for strategic economic discussions. This engagement reflects the commitment to bolstering bilateral economic ties.

Raisi's trip came at a crucial juncture in Iran-Turkey relations. The Iranian and Turkish presidents held extensive discussions aimed at solidifying existing ties and navigating regional challenges.

President Raisi left Tehran for Ankara upon the official invitation of his Turkish counterpart on Wednesday.

President Raisi's Ankara visit marks a significant step forward in Iran's diplomatic efforts to deepen its relationship with Turkey.

The Iranian President returned to Tehran on Thursday after a successful one-day trip to Ankara, where he met with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.


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