Iran's Foreign Minister left for Turkey
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahiyan left for Ankara on a working visit on Tuesday morning to meet with his Turkish counterpart.
At the meeting with Turkish officials, Amir Abdollahiyan will discuss bilateral, regional, and international issues and cooperation between Tehran and Ankara in various fields.
The Iranian Foreign Minister's visit to Turkey took place within the framework of continuing regional negotiations after he visited Lebanon and Syria last week.
The head of Iran's Foreign Ministry last visited Turkey in June 2022.
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