TEHRAN, YJC. -- Iranian, Turkish and Azerbaijani foreign ministers are to meet in the Turkish city of Erzurum in coming weeks ISNA reported.
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi, his Turkish counterpart Ahmed Davutoglu and Azeri Foreign Minister are to discuss the latest bilateral and regional issues as well as cooperation between the three countries on stability and security of the region in the meeting.
They met respectively in Iran and Nakhchivan in the first and second rounds of talks.
During the meeting in Iran, they discussed ways for boosting economic cooperation and welfare of the three sides and issued a statement to implement different plans for the further trilateral cooperation on trade, industry, transportation, energy, technology and tourism.
They also agreed on establishing a trilateral economic committee to conclude preferable trade agreement, facilitating customs and establishment of joint companies.
During the meeting in Nakhchivan, they supported Azerbaijan's non-permanent membership in the UN Security Council and settlement of Karabakh dispute based on the right of sovereignty.