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Turkish Parliament speaker voices opposition to US sanctions on Iran
Turkey’s Parliament speaker stressed his country’s opposition to the cruel sanctions the US has imposed on Iran amid the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, calling for enhanced cooperation between Ankara and Tehran in various fields.
Decreasing purchasing power pushes Turks toward ‘Syrian gold’
The escalating price of gold in Turkey, in tandem with the global market and the decrease of purchasing power, has led to an influx of products from Syria.
Turkey condemns oil deal between Syrian Kurds, US firm
Turkey on Monday blasted an agreement between Kurdish-led forces in Syria's northeast and a US oil company as "unacceptable" and equivalent to terrorism financing.
Rouhani: Iran resolved to boost ties with neighbors
President Hassan Rouhani expressed Iran’s determination to enhance friendly relations with Turkey, Iraq and Azerbaijan as he talked with his counterparts in separate phone calls.
Iran determined to expand all-out, cordial cooperation with Turkey
President Hassan Rouhani stressed in a telephone call with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on July 31 that Iran is firm to promote all-out and friendly ties and cooperation with Turkey.
Iran files complaint to UNESCO against Turkey's bid to register Islamic calligraphy
Iran presented its official objection to UNESCO about Turkey’s bid to register Islamic calligraphy on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of the 2021 UNESCO Summit, said Mohammad-Hassan Talebian, the deputy minister for cultural heritage affairs.
Turkey calls Greek reaction to Hagia Sophia prayers 'hostile'
Turkey on Saturday lambasted Greek statements against the move to convert Hagia Sophia back into a mosque after the first Muslim prayers were held in the Istanbul landmark.
First prayers held in Turkey's Hagia Sophia since mosque reconversion
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday joined the first Muslim Friday prayers attended by thousands in Hagia Sophia since the reconversion of the iconic Istanbul cathedral into a mosque.c
Turkey, Russia say seek lasting cease-fire in Libya
Turkish and Russian delegations met Wednesday in Turkey's capital Ankara to discuss the war in Libya and agreed to press ahead with efforts for a lasting cease-fire in the North African country, Turkey’s Foreign Ministry said.
Turkey prefers to import gas from Iran: Tehran Chamber of Commerce
A senior official at Tehran Chamber of Commerce has said that Turkey prefers to import natural gas from Iran instead of Russia, and this a good chance for Tehran to seize the Turkish market.
Iran, Turkey should reach a rational solution on gas contract
By Sadeq Dehqan & Farzam Vanaki If the contents and provisions of the gas contract between Iran and Turkey form the basis for bilateral negotiations, the two sides will be able to work out a rational solution to resolve their problem, said the chairman of Iran-Turkey House of Economics and Trades.
Turkey turns Hagia Sophia Museum into mosque
The world-famous Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul — originally founded as a cathedral — has been turned back into a mosque.
Iran resumes gas exports to Turkey after pipeline fixed
The Iranian Oil Ministry said it has resumed exports of natural gas to Turkey despite reports in the media suggesting that exports could stop for good because of price disputes.
Iran, Russia, Turkey urge political solution to Syria conflict
President Hassan Rouhani said there is "no military solution" to Syria on Wednesday during a videoconference with his Russian and Turkish counterparts Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the war-torn country.
Russia, Iran, Turkey presidents to discuss Syria Wednesday
The presidents of Russia, Iran and Turkey will hold a videoconference Wednesday to discuss the conflict in Syria, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.

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