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During the Meeting in Turkey, Iran Talks About the US Sanctions Consults

Iran in recent weeks after meetings with senior Iraqi and Syria is trying to expand its relations with Turkey. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said he went to Ankara to meet with the foreign ministers of Turkey in a joint press conference. Turkey, as well as other Turkish officials in Washington trying to end a crisis with the United States in Washington,  has also criticized the US sanctions against Iran.

Iran’s foreign minister met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the second part of his trip to Syria. In addition, in consultation with the president of Ankara in Turkey, “Iran is always a priority for the region,” he said. For Iran, this is an important trip -, especially for the Zarif.

Zarif, he wanted to control US relations with other countries and Turkey, he said that they should be affected by the views of the United States. Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, the US sanctions against Iran “wrong”, he said. We will not allow the United States to question our business with other countries, “he said. Turkey Finance Minister Berat Albayrak, the US and Turkey Defense Minister also met with his counterpart in Washington recently.

In this, Turkey wants to do, trying to merge with the US and Russia, and also is a part of politics that want to reach Iran. After Turkey’s lowering of a Russian plane on the border with Syria and Iran, Syria years he lived too much difficulty with its neighbors, including opposition to the role of the civil war, Ankara, relations because they require both countries to Turkey is trying to fix. Turkey needs them.

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