TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian and Turkish officials in a meeting in Ankara explored avenues for bolstering and reinvigorating legal and judicial relations.
During the meeting in the Turkish capital on Friday, Iranian Ambassador to Ankara Alireza Bigdeli and Head of the Turkish Constitutional Court Hashim Kilic called for the further expansion of mutual cooperation between Iran and Turkey in legal and judicial areas.
The Iranian ambassador reiterated that Tehran and Ankara need to broaden their judicial cooperation.
On Thursday, Turkey’s new Ambassador to Tehran Reza Hakan Tekin in a meeting with Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi underlined that his country doesn’t receive any permission from foreign states for broadening its relations with Iran.
Iran in addition to being a neighbor, having long joint borders and deep age-old, cultural and political ties is a trade partner of Turkey as well, Hakan Tekin said during the meeting in Tehran.
For the expansion of relations and cooperation with Iran, Turkey will not receive permission from any country outside the region, he added.
Hakan Tekin referred to the firm determination of the Turkish government to make efforts for the expansion of its relations with Iran in the economic, trade, transportation and energy fields, and said he is determined to take steps towards removing bottlenecks which hinder promotion of relations.
Vaezi, for his part, said that relations between Iran and Turkey should not be halted due to subsidiary issues, adding that through constant meetings and direct talks measures should be taken to remove impediments.
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