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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has offered congratulations to his Turkmen counterpart on the Central Asian state’s Day of Neutrality, which is annually marked on December 12.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Turkmen opposite number Raşid Meredov has discussed issues of mutual interest in Tehran.
Turkmenistan to Be Fined for Cutting Gas Supply to Iran: Official
An Iranian energy official denounced Turkmenistan for going back on its word and cutting off gas supplies to Iran abruptly, saying, however, that Iran’s ability to feed the countrywide gas grid remains unaffected by such “immoral” measure by the Ashgabat government.
Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Akhundi arrived in Ashgabat on Monday heading a high ranking politico-economic delegation.
The best way for blocking the infiltration of the Takfiri currents, the Leader said, is to bolster genuine Islamic ideologies, which he described as "moderate and sensible."
The agreements cover cooperation in areas such as health, mail service, media, power transfer, sports, transportation and housing.
President Rouhani has expressed hope that his talks with Turkmen officials during his visit to the Central Asian country would contribute to the promotion of reciprocal ties.
Iranian Ambassador to Turkmenistan Mohammad Muosa Golpayegani has rejected reports that Turkmen maritime police have recently killed an Iranian fisherman.
President Hassan Rouhani says that the entire region will benefit from the Iran-Turkmenistan-Kazakhstan railway, adding it marks a new beginning for better interaction among regional nations.
Iran’s vice-president for executive affairs says the railway connecting Iran to Central Asia will come on stream in November.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic is ready to offer help to Turkmenistan to develop its infrastructure.