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President described the 5th Meeting of High Council for Iran-Turkey Strategic Cooperation very effective and said, “Nobody and no power and no third country is able to harm the brotherly, neighbourly and close relations between Tehran and Ankara”.
Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom praised Iran’s support for the recent Yemen peace talks in her country, calling for continued consultations with Tehran on regional and internal issues.
The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Turkey signed two cooperation documents to further deepen relations between the two countries.
Governor of Central Bank of Iran Abdolnaser Hemmati will hold a meeting with his Turkish counterpart on Thu. in Ankara to discuss ways to expand banking relations between the two sides.
The Presidents of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Turkey issued a joint statement at the end of the 5th Meeting of High Council for Iran-Turkey Strategic Cooperation and stressed that they would take any necessary measures for increasing trade between the two countries to the $30bn goal by strengthening the existing mechanisms.
A jurist member of the Guardian Council emphasized that the council has made extensive and detailed studies to review the FATF bills.
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry rejected the Israeli prime minister’s claims that Tel Aviv agents routinely visit Iran for spying on its nuclear program, adding that these are merely ‘delusional remarks’.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi says Albania has fallen the victim of ‘unwanted measure’ in treating Iranian diplomats.
Iraq can continue electricity and gas imports from Iran without violating US sanctions under an extension granted Wednesday, senior officials close to negotiations told S&P Global Platts.
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani denounced military aggression against people of Yemen, saying the warmongers have not achieved any of their objectives due to the Yemeni people’s steadfast defense of their land.