Iranian and Turkish Foreign Ministers Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and Mevlut Cavusoglu discussed the situation between Iran and Azerbaijan during their telephonic conversation, Tasnim reported, citing the Iranian foreign ministry.
The two FMs exchanged views also on closer bilateral ties and issues that are of mutual interest to Tehran and Ankara at the regional level.
Turkey's foreign minister said that his country welcomes the agreement signed between Iran and Saudi Arabia on the restoration of their diplomatic relations after a seven-year break, and stressed the positive impact of this agreement on Muslim unity.
Also, Cavusoglu expressed confidence that this agreement will lead to the strengthening of the positions of the Muslim world and the creation of synergy between Islamic countries to assist in the solution of regional problems.
Iran's foreign minister, in his turn, said that positive cooperation with neighbors and regional countries will pave the way for the strengthening of peace and stability in the region and of synergy in the international arena.