Zarif Congratulates Turkish Counterpart
Zarif Congratulates Turkish Counterpart

Zarif Congratulates Turkish Counterpart

Zarif Congratulates Turkish Counterpart

In a phone call on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif congratulated his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu on his reappointment. During the phone conversation, the two insisted on continuing and expanding cooperation in bilateral, regional and international areas, preserving mutual interest and securing and strengthening stability and security on the regional and international level, ISNA reported. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday introduced his new cabinet, reinstating some ministers including Cavusoglu. Erdogan who won the latest presidential election was sworn in on Monday during a ceremony attended by a large number of foreign and Turkish dignitaries. Also, on Monday, the executive system of Turkey's government officially made the transition from parliamentary to a presidential system. The new system was put to a referendum last year.

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