The foreign ministers of Iran, Turkey, and Afghanistan highlighted the need for the active participation of the three countries in the peace process in Afghanistan and the fight against terrorism in the region.
A few hours ago, a trilateral meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkey, and Afghanistan, Mohammad Javad Zarif, Mevlut Cavusoglu, and Mohammad Hanif Atmar, took place in Antalya, Mehr reports.
During the meeting, an agreement was reached on transit cooperation with Afghanistan on the communication routes of Iran, as well as the development of economic cooperation with this country.
At the end of the meeting, the ministers issued a trilateral statement.
Zarif arrived in Antalya on Thursday 17 June to attend the Antalya Diplomatic Forum.
He met with the foreign ministers of Iraq, Venezuela, Afghanistan, Croatia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Poland, as well as with the head of EU foreign policy Josep Borrell and the Afghan High Council for National Reconciliation head Abdullah Abdullah.