Putin and Raisi highlight bilateral relations and cooperation of Russia and Iran in the fight against terrorism

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi on Tuesday praised bilateral relations between the two countries and highlighted cooperation in the fight against terrorism.

The two have met in Tehran, the Iranian capital, where they have stressed that relations “are progressing at a good pace,” according to Kremlin information picked up by Russian news agencies.

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Putin has noted that Russia and Iran “are strengthening their cooperation in international security,” which contributes “considerably to resolving the Syrian crisis.”

For his part, Raisi has said he is hopeful that the Russian leader’s visit will serve to initiate “a decisive stage in the development of relations between the two countries, as well as further regional and international cooperation.” He also stressed that cooperation between the parties has facilitated greater security in the region, according to Mehr News Agency.

Putin is also scheduled to meet Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as part of his visit to the country, which coincides with that of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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