Iran, Turkmenistan agree to implement bilateral agreements

Tehran (IP) - Iran's Foreign Minister and his Turkmen counterpart on a phone conversation on Sunday reviewed the latest status of bilateral ties, Afghanistan developments, and the sponsoring of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Summit Meeting.

Iran PressIran news: Rashid Meredov, the Turkmen foreign minister, said that the recent meeting of two countries’ presidents in Tajikistan was a turning point in bilateral ties, and he was pursuing the implementation of the reached agreements between the two presidents is necessary.

Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, for his part, congratulated the anniversary of Turkmenistan’s independence and stressed the significance of Turkmenistan in Iran's foreign policy, and the need for further development of comprehensive bilateral ties.

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The two sides agreed to pursue the implementation of the bilateral agreements, expediting the holding of the two countries’ bilateral commission in Tehran in near future.


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