Iran, Turkey Agree to Continue Talks on Caucasus

A00503728.jpgTEHRAN (FNA)- Iran’s Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki met with his Turkish counterpart Ali Babacan on the sidelines of the 63rd session of the United Nations General Assembly.

“Mottaki and Babacan mainly discussed the situation in the Caucasus,” Burak Ozugergin the spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Ministry told reporters.

“Mr. Mottaki said that the situation in the region is very tense and regional dialogue could help. He also asked Babacan to brief him on Abdullah Gul’s recent visit to Yerevan,” he said.

Babacan told Mottaki that “it was not an easy decision, but it was good to go there.”

The two agreed to be in continuous contact on the Caucasus, Anadolu reports.

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