Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday sent a letter to leaders of 26 countries pertaining to Iran's nuclear program.
According to the statement aired on web-page of Prime Ministry Press Center, Erdogan sent a letter to permanent and non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, P5+1 countries, neighboring countries and countries in the region and gave them information about the deal signed between Turkey, Brazil and Iran.
In the letter, Erdogan said Turkey in principle opposed to nuclear weapons and noted that the region should be totally cleaned out from such kind of weapons.
Erdogan in his letter underlined that diplomacy and negotiation table were still the most effective ways for the solution of problems and added that Turkey would continue its commonsensical and fair policies defending supremacy of law.
The letter was sent to Germany, Austria, Azerbaijan, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Bosnia, Bulgaria, China, France, Gabon, Georgia, Iraq, Britain, Nigeria, Japan, Qatar, Kuwait, Libya, Lebanon, Mexico, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Russia, Uganda and Greece.