Iran, Turkey sign two Memoranda of Understanding

TEHRAN, Oct. 19 (MNA) – Iran and Turkey signed two Memoranda of Understanding as part of deepening and developing interactions between the two countries.

Following the negotiations between the high ranking delegations of the two countries, Iran’s first Vice Presidnet Es’hagh Jahangiri and Turkey’s Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım signed two Memoranda of Understanding.

The two Memoranda of Understanding entail bilateral cooperation in the areas of science and technology between Iran’s Ministry of Science, Research and Technology and Turkey’s Scientific and Technological Research Council as well as environmental cooperation between the two countries.

Jahangiri is scheduled to attend the Developing-8 Countries (D-8) meeting in Istanbul on Oct. 20. The ninth summit marks the 20th anniversary of the economic group consisting of eight emerging economies from the Muslim world.

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