Iran vice-president talks with Turkish premier on bilateral issues
Tuesday, Feb 14,2012, 9:21:30 PM
First Vice-President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mohammad Reza Rahimi held talks over the phone on Monday [13 February] evening with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
According to IRNA, during this telephone conversation, the first vice-president expressed the hope for expansion of ties between the two countries in various sectors and talked about the date of the Turkish prime minister's visit to Tehran.
During this telephone conversation, the first vice-president also sent his wishes for the recovery of the Turkish prime minister who has recently undergone the second round of surgery on his intestines.
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