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Turkish Prime Minister visits Iran2012-03-28 13:56
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Tehran on an official visit in the morning March 28.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the MIGnews, in the afternoon he is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Two premier will discuss hot issues of regional policy, including - Iran's nuclear program.
Turkey has stated it was ready to act as a mediator in the talks between Iran and Western powers on the nuclear issue once again.
It is expected that Erdogan would demand Iran to stop supporting the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Erdogan is accompanied by Deputy Chief of Turkish intelligence and Deputy Chief of Turkish General Staff, which indicates the seriousness of their intentions.
According to Turkish Ambassador to Tehran Umid Yardym, Turkey is interested in reaching a consensus between Iran and the "six", and it all depends on the parties, which must also be willing to negotiate under the mediation of Ankara. "In Seoul, Prime Minister Erdogan has discussed with U.S. President Barack Obama the talks on Iran's nuclear program. It is likely that his experience in negotiating can help the Iranian leadership to make a constructive solution", the IA Regnum led the words of the Turkish Ambassador to the IRI.