Bad NEWS: Iran, Turkey Ink Border Security Pact
The border security agreement was signed between Iranian Governor of Chaldoran region Karim Hosseinzadeh and Turkey’s Agri Province Governor Mohammad Takin Arsalan on the sidelines of a joint periodic security commission in the Turkish capita on Thursday.
The periodic meetings of Iran-Turkey border security commission are held every four months either in Tehran or Ankara in the presence of provincial officials from Iran’s Chaldoran and Maku regions as well as Turkey’s Agri and Igdir provinces.
Hosseinzadeh and his Turkish counterpart reiterated that the two countries‘ borders are secured.
Meantime, the two officials called for enhancing level of border trade.
Iran and Turkey increased their trade transactions in the first two months of 2014 as compared with the figures of the corresponding period in the last year.
The value of trade transactions between Tehran and Ankara hit $2.115bln in January and February, the trade data recently released by the Turkish government said.
The two countries have in recent years increased their cooperation in all the various fields of economy, security, trade, education, energy and culture.
The Iranian and Turkish officials have repeatedly stressed the necessity for stronger relations and increasing bilateral trade to $30bln by 2015.
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