Jahangiri’s Turkey Visit Postponed

Jahangiri’s Turkey Visit Postponed

First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri’s visit to Turkey was postponed because of his tight schedule, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi announced on Sunday. Earlier, media reports said the vice president was scheduled to travel to Ankara on Monday. Jahangiri was to meet Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim for talks on a range of issues, including the crisis in Syria, Tasnim News Agency reported. Qasemi said the Turkish authorities have been informed about the development, adding that the visit was postponed to a future date. On Friday, Jahangiri and Yildirim had exchanged views about various issues, ranging from Tehran-Ankara relations to latest developments in the Middle East, particularly in Syria. In a telephone conversation, Jahangiri offered his condolences to the Turkish people and government over a recent terrorist attack in Istanbul that killed and injured dozens of people. Jahangiri also pointed to the appalling conditions of Syrian civilians in various cities, including Aleppo, and called for efforts to facilitate the supply of humanitarian aid to the people affected by the violence raging in the Arab country.

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