Iran & Turkey "Share" Common Perspective for Syrian Territorial Integrity

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    Turkey, Iran share common perspective on Syria's territorial integrity, PM Davutoğlu says


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    Turkey and Iran share a common perspective on protecting Syria's territorial integrity, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said during his visit to Tehran on Saturday.

    He said that the two countries have agreed to support the cessation of hostilities in Syria during the negotiation process. "[Turkey and Iran] believe that stopping the bloodshed will provide an important basis for political negotiations," Davutoğlu said.

    Davutoğlu went on to say that he believes that Turkey and Iran are in agreement regarding the need to protect Syria's territorial integrity, support the cessation of hostilities for the negotiation process, represent all of Syria's various elements in the government, fight terrorism and avoid dependency on foreign actors to solve the region's problems.

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    The first batch of Russian weapons for the fighters of the Kurdish paramilitary Peshmerga militia, has arrived in Iraq.

    Senior Russian diplomats passed five 23mm ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft autoguns to resistance forces."The first batch of weapons came on March 14 and was intended for the Peshmerga militias of Iraqi Kurdistan," the RIA Novosti news agency quoted Artyom Grigoryan, attaché of the Russian Consulate General in the Iraqi town of Erbil, as saying.

    "The weapons were handed over in the presence of the ambassador [of Russia in Iraq – RBTH] and the Consul General [of Russia – RBTH] as well as the Deputy Chief of the Peshmerga Staff."

    According to Grigoryan, the parties discussed further arms supplies.

    "After the transfer of the arms shipment, the Russian ambassador said that this is not the last batch of weapons," he said.
     

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