The Turkish foreign minister said on Saturday that Turkey and Brazil had been carrying out a close cooperation on matters related to Iran's nuclear program recently.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with Brazilian Minister of Foreign Relations Celso Luiz Nunes Amorim over a working meal at Istanbul's Ciragan Palace.
Appearing at a joint press conference after the gathering, Davutoglu said that the strategic cooperation between Turkey and Brazil had been improving remarkably.
Davutoglu said both countries were members of the United Nations Security Council, moreover, they had similar opinions on many issues and they displayed the same stance within G-20.
"We cooperate with Brazil in all global platforms. In the recent term, a very concrete and close cooperation mechanism has been launched between our countries regarding the developments on Iran's nuclear program. This mechanism also has significant effects on the solution of such matter through peaceful means," Davutoglu said.
The Turkish foreign minister stated that both Turkey and Brazil desired to contribute to peace and protect regional stability.
Speaking at the conference, Brazilian Minister Amorim also pointed out to the strong cooperation between the two countries.
Amorim said Turkey and Brazil exchanged views on powerful and peaceful solutions for the dispute over Iran's nuclear program.
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