Turkiye's President said on Tuesday that Iran's role in the Astana process negotiations is important, expressing certainty that Iran can assist in implementing new approaches there.

Iran PressAsia: Recep Tayyip Erdogan was speaking in a meeting with the Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian who is in Turkiye to participate in the 8th High Commission of Iran and Turkiye Relations.

Erdogan said Tehran-Ankara relations are important and excellent 

The two sides exchanged viewpoints on the upcoming near future state visit of President Ebrahim Raisi to Turkiye.

Amir-Abdollahian and Erdogan emphasized that the 3+3 meetings on Caucasus developments among Iran, Iraq, and Turkiye are of great importance, as the trilateral meeting of Iran, Turkiye, and Azerbaijan are very important.

Amir-Abdollahian expressed hope that the beginning of the Ankara-Damascus negotiations will contribute to boosting the peace process between the two countries.

The Turkish president said that the two neighboring countries' cooperation in energy, transportation, culture, tourism, trade, science and technology, communications, and other fields were surveyed in the meeting with the Iranian foreign minister, stressing, "There is no limit in the way for expansion of comprehensive cooperation between the two neighboring countries."


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