Regional Stability Discussed With Turkey

Regional Stability Discussed With Turkey

Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Ebrahim Rahimpour and his Turkish counterpart, Umit Yalcin, held talks on a range of issues, including the latest efforts to restore peace and stability to the Middle East.
In the meeting held in Ankara on Wednesday, Rahimpour pointed to the ongoing crises in Yemen, Syria and Iraq, and the spread of terrorism across the region, emphasizing the importance of restoration of peace and stability to the Middle East, Tasnim News Agency reported. “In the current situation, the region has no capacity for more crises and further tensions,” he said.
Rahimpour noted that Iran and Turkey should cooperate and develop synergy to restore peace and stability to the region and play a key role in fighting terrorism and creating a political trend and stability in Yemen, Syria and Iraq.
The Turkish diplomat emphasized that despite differences of opinion regarding regional issues, relations between Tehran and Ankara have been strong and growing over the past years.


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