Tehran holds meeting with Ankara to develop finance, political…


(MENAFN) In accordance with the IRNA report, Iran and Turkey on Tuesday discussed methods of developing financial ties as well as political relations at the Turkish-Iranian High-Level Cooperation Council in the Iranian capital.

Throughout the conference, co-led by Iranian leader Ebrahim Raisi as well as Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the two sides discussed extending the gas export contract between the two sides for the next 25 years.

During the conference, leader Raisi said that the Islamic Republic of Iran was determined to develop financial ties with neighboring countries.

The leader also described Tehran-Ankara relations as optimistic and advanced, saying the two nations should seek appropriate strategies to progress towards expanding their annual trade to $30 billion.

On the sidelines of the announced conference, Iranian Energy Minister Ali-Akbar Mehrabian also hosted talks with Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Dönmez during which the two sides exchanged views on collaboration in energy fields.


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