“Both countries are located in a very sensitive region. The two countries are big powers in the region and there have always been some enmity and grudge against the two countries even today,” Rouhani said, addressing his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a virtual meeting of the high council of strategic cooperation between Iran and Turkey on Tuesday.
“There is no way but strengthening friendly relations between the two countries to overcome these plots,” he added.
President Rouhani underlined the two governments’ efforts to develop all-out ties and regional and international cooperation, saying that bitter incidents have never been able to disturb the brotherly and friendly relations between Tehran and Ankara.
In relevant remarks late in July, Rouhani lauded Tehran-Ankara broad ties, and called for further boosting of cooperation in different fields, especially economy and trade.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lauded Tehran-Ankara broad ties, and called for further boosting of cooperation in different fields, especially economy and trade.
Rouhani congratulated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Eid al-Adha during a phone call, and urged to bolster mutual cooperation between the two neighboring states.
Pointing to the US cruel sanctions against the Iranian nation, he said that such conditions require more friendly relations and cooperation among neighbors.
President Erdogan, for his part, congratulated Rouhani on Eid al-Adha, and expressed hope that the feast would be a blessing for the two nations and all Muslims throughout the world.
Appreciating the Iranian nation’s successful efforts in confronting coronavirus, Erdogan called for further cooperation and sharing related experiences.
He also stressed cementing trade and economic ties between Tehran and Ankara.