Turkish borderguards command due in Iran

Ankara, Feb 17, IRNA — Turkish borderguards command left Ankara on Monday for Iran to confer with their Iranian counterpart on issues of mutual interests.

Turkish delegation are to exchange views with the Iranian officials to help resolve the issues pertaining to border security.

A delegation from ministry of roads and urban development is to visit Turkey this week to review expansion of mutual cooperation.

Facilitating transit of heavy and long vehicles and bus between the two countries will be among the topics to be discussed between the two sides.

Iran and Turkey share 499 kilometer of border line.



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