TEHRAN, June 9 (MNA) – Iran and Turkey have signed 10 accords of cooperation in a meeting both presidents attended.
The agreements reportedly were intended to ‘deepen bilateral relations between Tehran and Ankara’ more than ever.
Mehr News quoted President’s official website that Rouhani and Gül attended the joint meeting to sign the agreements. The agreements addressed cooperation in cultural and scientific exchange programs, tourism, cultural heritage, post, standard institutes, and two customs agreements.
In Turkey visit, Rouhani heads a delegation of his cabinet members including ministers of foreign affairs, roads and city planning, oil, information technology, interior, intelligence, culture and Islamic guidance, and economic affairs.
Gül received president Rouhani in Çankaya presidential palace before private meeting.
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