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Iran resumes gas exports to Turkey after pipeline fixed
The Iranian Oil Ministry said it has resumed exports of natural gas to Turkey despite reports in the media suggesting that exports could stop for good because of price disputes.
Iran, Russia, Turkey urge political solution to Syria conflict
President Hassan Rouhani said there is "no military solution" to Syria on Wednesday during a videoconference with his Russian and Turkish counterparts Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the war-torn country.
Russia, Iran, Turkey presidents to discuss Syria Wednesday
The presidents of Russia, Iran and Turkey will hold a videoconference Wednesday to discuss the conflict in Syria, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
Turkey court sentences 121 to life in coup trial
A Turkish court on Friday handed down life sentences to 121 people for taking part in the 2016 attempted overthrow of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, state media reported.
Turkey says expects Iraq to cooperate in fighting PKK
Turkey expects Iraq to "act in cooperation and harmony" in its fight against the PKK terrorist group, a Turkish official said Thursday.
Iran says flights to Turkey could resume on June 20
A senior Iranian aviation official said flights to Turkey could resume on June 20 after nearly three months of border closure over the new coronavirus pandemic.
Iran urges resumption of gas exports to Turkey
Tehran, Ankara working to reopen border
Iran-Turkey trade heavily down in April
The trade turnover between Iran and Turkey in April amounted to $74.5 million, according to statistics released by the Turkish Trade Ministry.
Iran’s FM Zarif to visit Russia, Turkey
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will travel to Moscow and Ankara on Sunday and Monday, the Foreign Ministry spokesperson announced.
Turkey slams US criticism over convicted consulate staffer
Turkey on Friday called on the United States to respect its judicial independence after Washington criticized the conviction of a Turkish US Consulate employee on terror-related charges.
Iran expects Turkey to resume gas imports
An Iranian energy official said he expects Turkey to resume gas imports from Iran by mid-July, putting an end to a relatively long gap which raised many eyebrows.
IRICA: 150 Iranian trucks enter Turkey after reopening of common border
A total number of 150 Iranian trucks entered neighboring Turkey on Friday after the resumption of border trade between the two countries, which was suspended for more than three months due to the coronavirus spread in the region, announced the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA).
Iran, Turkey reopen key border crossing to boost trade
The spokesperson for the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) said the Bazargan border crossing on the common border with Turkey has reopened after more than three months of closure due to the new coronavirus pandemic.
Iran, Turkey exchanged goods by 6,300 freight cars since mid-March: IRICA
A total of 6,300 railroad cars transported goods between Iran and Turkey since the beginning of the current Iranian year (which started on March 20).
Zanganeh criticizes Turkey's non-cooperation in repairing joint gas pipeline
Iran’s Petroleum Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh criticized Turkey's lack of cooperation with Iran in repairing the natural gas pipeline inside Turkey that was damaged by an explosion in March, Mehr News Agency reported.

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