Tehran, March 14, IRNA — The next meeting of the foreign ministers of Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran will be held in Tehran, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday.
The Turkish foreign minister made the remarks after a ministerial meeting held in the Turkish city of Van.
Davutoglu said the meeting discussed the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, situation in Ukraine and the region as a whole.
The Turkish FM also said that during the meeting the parties discussed the economic and political situation, as well as regional problems.
They also reviewed the situation in the Caucasus and the Middle East.
The issue of Azerbaijanˈs territorial integrity and NATOˈs activity in the region were also discussed among other issues.
ˈThe situation in the Ukraine and talks on Iranˈs nuclear program were among the topics under discussion,ˈ Davutoglu said.
The previous ministerial meeting in this format was held last year in Nakhchivan.
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