Iran and Turkey, on Saturday, agreed to boost security cooperation.
Iran’s ambassador to Ankara, Mohammad Farazmand, and Turkish Deputy Minister of Interior, Muhterem Ince, held talks on a range of issues, including ways to boost relations between the two neighbouring countries, in security fields.
Iran and Turkey have cooperation in law enforcement, security, and the fight against terrorism, illicit drugs and organised crimes, Farazmand said, at a meeting held in Turkey’s capital, Ankara.
Turkey, as a main trade partner of Iran, has emphasised that despite U.S. pressures, it will continue oil and gas imports from Iran.
Source: Nam News Network (NNN)