20 July 2022 - 12:54
  • News ID: 459634
Turkey, Iran ink MoU

TEHRAN (Shana) -- The official ceremony of signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Turkey and Iran has been held in the presence of both countries' presidents and ministers.

According to IRNA, the ceremony of inking the agreement of joint cooperation was held at Sa'daabad Historical Palace in capital Tehran on Tuesday before President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi as well as some ministers from both countries.

The MoU comprises of cooperation in different fields of expansion of transit, cultural, scientific, sports, energy and agriculture exchanges as well as trade and economic interactions.

The document was signed by high-ranking delegations from Turkey and Iran in order to pave the way for expansion of cooperation in various areas.

President Erdogan who arrived in Tehran on Monday night attends the meeting of the Iran-Turkey high committee of cooperation.

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is also to travel to Iran. The three presidents will attend the 7th summit of Astana peace summit to discuss the situation in Syria.

The seventh summit meeting of Astana peace process guarantors will be held with the presence of presidents of the three countries – Iran, Russia, and Turkey – in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Tuesday evening.

Presidents of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Russia Vladimir Putin, and Iran Ebrahim Raisi along with a Syrian official will hold talks in the Astana peace talks, stressing the need for respecting Syria's national sovereignty and territorial integrity.

The summits were initiated in Kazakhstan's capital in January 2017, so the peace negotiations were called Astana peace talks back then.

The talks retained the same name as the Astana negotiations after Kazakhstan changed the name of its capital city to Nur-Sultan in 2019.

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