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Iran’s FM leaves for Turkey to attend Antalya Diplomacy Forum
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif left Tehran for Turkey on Thursday to attend the upcoming Antalya Diplomacy Forum, the Foreign Ministry spokesman said.
Iran-Turkey three-month trade up 53%
Iran’s trade with neighboring Turkey in the first quarter of 2021 registered a 53 percent growth as compared to the same period of last year.
Erdogan: Turkey wants to restore ‘historic’ friendship with Egypt
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said Turkey wanted to reinforce efforts to restore the "historic" friendship with Egypt, after the two regional rivals held their first direct talks in eight years.
Russia, Turkey to benefit from Iran’s help in Caucasus dispute: Analyst
An Iranian political analyst believes that both Turkey and Russia will benefit from tripartite relations with Iran regarding the settlement of the conflict in the Caucasus region.
Iran’s exports to Turkey hit $2b last year
Iran exported $2 billion of commodities to Turkey in 2020, said the head of Iran-Turkey Joint Chamber of Commerce.
Iran-Turkey annual trade should reach $30b: Vaezi
The level of trade between Iran and Turkey should reach $30 billion per year, said Mahmoud Vaezi, the Iranian president’s chief of staff on Monday.
Turkey rages at US recognition of Armenia ‘genocide’
Turkey accused the United States of trying to rewrite history, resoundingly rejecting US President Joe Biden's decision to formally recognize the Armenian “genocide”.
President stresses need to continue Tehran-Ankara cooperation
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran in a phone call to his Turkish counterpart emphasized the need for continued regional cooperation between Tehran and Ankara.
Turkey’s Silk Road Museum draws attention with unique pieces
The private Silk Road Museum in Turkey’s Black Sea province of Trabzon draws attention, with over 500 unique pieces from different eras and civilizations.
Turkey summons Italian envoy over PM Draghi’s ‘ugly’ remarks
Turkey's Foreign Ministry summoned the Italian ambassador in light of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi's comments about President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu strongly condemned the “unacceptable statements.”
Iranian, Turkish FMs review developments in Syria, fighting terrorism
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in a meeting in Istanbul on Friday discussed bilateral relations as well as regional developments, including the situation in Syria and the fight against terrorism.
Rare diseases, mostly genetic-related, affect millions in Turkey
They are “rare” in the most strict sense of the word, but the number of people suffering from rare diseases is still considerably high. In Turkey, more than five million people live with rare diseases and 70% of them are children. Most of those diseases had their origins in the genetic structure of patients and their families.
Iran summons Turkish envoy over ‘unacceptable’ PKK claim
Iran summoned Turkey’s Ambassador Derya Ors to protest the Turkish interior minister’s “unacceptable” claim about the presence of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group's members in Iran.
Rouhani urges unity among sanctions-hit countries against US unilateralism
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said the only way to counter US “unilateral and illegal” measures is unity among the countries that have been targeted by Washington’s sanctions.
Iran, Russia, Turkey condemn Israeli attacks on Syria
Delegations from the three guarantor states of the Astana Peace Process – Iran, Russia and Turkey – condemned the Israeli regime’s military attacks against Syria, saying they violate international law, undermine Syria’s sovereignty, and endanger regional security.

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