Apr 2, 2016, 2:53 PM
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Iran, Azerbaijan, Turkey's FMs to meet on April 5

Noshahr, April 2, IRNA - The foreign ministers of Iran, Azerbaijan Republic and Turkey are scheduled to hold trilateral negotiations in the northern Iranian city of Ramsar on April 5 to exchange views on regional and international developments.

Speaking to IRNA, Ramsar governor said that the local officials will do their best for holding the event.

A spokesman for the Azerbiajani Foreign Ministry Khikmet Gadzhiev had told Sputnik on Friday that 'the issues of regional cooperation, struggle against international terrorism, discussions about transit freight, as well as cooperation in the political sphere, are planned to be discussed at the meeting.'

The trilateral foreign ministerial meeting will be held on April 5-6, he added.

Bilateral cooperation between the three nations is also expected to be discussed in the ministerial meeting.

Iran's Oroumiyeh and Azerbaijan's Nakhchivan had played host to previous trilateral ministerial meetings between the countries.

Earlier, Hikmat Hajiyev, another spokesman for Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry, had said that a three-way meeting will be also held between the foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Azerbaijan on April 7 in Baku, one day after the Ramsar talks.

Baku's trilateral foreign ministerial meeting will reportedly discuss the North-South Transport Corridor project, which aims to reduce the costs and the time of ship, rail and road deliveries to and from Russia, India, Iran, Azerbaijan and other countries located along the route.