Iran, Turkey hold joint meeting on Syria developments

Ankara, June 18, IRNA – Iran and Turkey held a joint meeting here on Wednesday to review the developments in Syria.

The meeting was held in coordination with The Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS) and Center for Scientific Research and Middle East Strategic Studies.

Director-General of the Institute for Political and International Studies of Iran’s Foreign Ministry Mostafa Zahrani chaired the Iranian delegation in the meeting.

The participants discussed the world powers’ policies on projecting their problems to the Middle East region, regional social and political developments and their relations with events in Syria and the importance of Iran-Turkey cooperation in management of regional crises.

The joint meeting ended while reaching agreement on settlement of regional crises through the exit of all foreign forces from the region, joint fight against terrorism, ceasefire and holding elections.