MNA – The Presidents of Iran, Russia, and Azerbaijan will arrive in Tehran to have their next strategic meeting of trilateral cooperation.
The last trilateral meeting of the three presidents was on August 8, in Baku where Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev discussed the prtogress made on the path of three-dimensional cooperation.
In Baku, the three presidents concluded their meeting by adopting a declaration affirming their intent to develop trilateral cooperation.
The declaration covered cooperation areas such as joint efforts to fight terrorism, settle regional conflicts, work together on the Caspian Sea, and develop ties in the energy sector, transport and other areas.
The three presidents agreed to establish working groups in the cooperation areas of mutual interest.
The North-South Corridor for transit cooperation between the three states was one of the main lines of the agenda of talks in Baku and the same issue will be followed up in Tehran meeting of Wednesday.
So far, President Rouhani and President Putin have met each other for nine times and the meeting of Wednesday will mark the tenth meeting of the two heads of states.