Iran's FM Exclaims President Raeisi's Official Visit to Turkey as Dawn of  New Era in Bilateral, Regional Collaboration

In a significant development, Iran's Foreign Minister has declared that President Ebrahim Raeisi's official visit to Turkey will serve as a catalyst for a fresh wave of cooperation between the neighboring nations.

Iran (IMNA) - During their meeting in Ankara on Wednesday, President Raeisi and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, presided over the signing of an impressive array of ten joint cooperation agreements. These encompassed a wide range of sectors, including culture, media and communication, rail and air transportation, electricity, energy, as well as economic and free trade zones. This momentous event is expected to pave the way for enhanced collaboration and mutual growth between Iran and Turkey.

Iran and Turkey Strengthen Bilateral Relations with Ambitious Trade Goal

In a statement issued on Thursday, Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian highlighted the importance of bilateral agreements between Iran and Turkey. These agreements cover various aspects of their relationship, including trade, investment, economy, customs, industry, expansion of border markets and free zones, culture, tourism, border security, and counterterrorism efforts.

Following a meeting with Turkish President Erdogan on Wednesday, President Raeisi announced their shared objective to increase bilateral trade to $30 billion annually. Both leaders expressed confidence in achieving this ambitious target, citing the vast potential and capacities of their respective nations. President Raeisi also emphasized Turkey's crucial role as a key economic partner for Iran.

Iran and Turkey Pledge Cooperation in Resolving Regional Issues; Condemn Israeli Actions

In a joint news conference, Iranian President Raeisi emphasized the significance of Iran and Turkey's influential roles in addressing regional and global challenges. Both countries have agreed to intensify their efforts in combating terrorism within the region.

Turkish President Erdogan expressed his discussions with his Iranian counterpart on the immediate necessity for an end to Israel's "inhumane" assaults on Gaza. The leaders also emphasized the urgency of achieving a just and lasting peace.

Furthermore, both Iran and Turkey have voiced their opposition to the unlawful presence of the United States in Syria. Additionally, they strongly condemned the ongoing Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, labeling it as genocide.

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