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"I think that there are initiatives we can launch together to ensure welfare, peace, stability and confidence in the entire region," Erdoğan said during Turkish-Iranian Business Forum at Istanbul's Ceylan Intercontinental Hotel.
Iran and Turkey signed six memos of understanding on Thursday.
feature re-opening of two new ground border routes, including Razi-Kapipoy and Maku-Bil Oju borders, cultural exchanges, and cooperation in customs, transportation, industries and trade and higher education.
'We have realized that holding nuclear talks with the EU is futile as the Europeans have nothing to say [in world politics],' the president's chief of staff, Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei, said.
Now, Eurocrats want formal recognition from the United Nations. They want Herman Van Rompuy to be able to address the General Assembly as a head of state, and to create a seat for Baroness Ashton, the EU’s foreign minister (hat-tip, EU Observer).
Support for joining the EU dropped to 38 per cent in 2010, while in 2004 a soaring 73 per cent of the Turkish public said membership would be "a good thing", according to a poll by the Italian foundation Compagnia di San Paolo and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Neither NATO nor the US will publicly admit to the existence of nuclear weapons deployed during the Cold War years in five NATO countries, including Turkey. NATO and the US Department of Defense do not publicly release information on the deployment of those weapons, either. Belgium and Germany, which also hosts US nuclear weapons on its soil, debated in their parliaments almost two weeks ago the withdrawal of those weapons from their territory. Those debates have now raised questions over what Turkey's policy will be on the fate of those weapons believed to be deployed at the İncirlik base in southern Turkey.
Originally posted by centurion1211
Yo, oozy ...
Here's an interesting thread that could mean big problems for your beloved iran.