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11-11-2013, 08:41 PM
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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet davutoglu during a press conference with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari

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Turkey, revealed Sunday, would hold joint meetings and exchanges with the Iraqi Ministry of transport to expand cooperation between the two parties, as it will link Iraq with Turkey "more and more", stated that it will increase the number of border gates along the air aviation and railways.

This came during a joint press conference, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet davutoglu, with his Iraqi counterpart Hoshyar Zebari, the Iraqi foreign held, attended by (range).

Davutoglu said "we see no limits to our relations with Iraq, and we will do over the coming months the road map that we have between the two countries", revealing the determination of Turkey to hold joint meetings and exchanges with the Iraqi Ministry of transport".

Davutoglu said that "we have discussed with the Iraq project that will integrate with Iraq through Turkey linking more and more, increasing the number of doors and air travel, rail and renovation".

And Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet davutoglu, on Sunday, to Baghdad International Airport several days official visit, was received by Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.

And before the visit gains Baghdad, Zebari's visit on Thursday (24 October 2013), that came to strengthen bilateral relations and discuss regional issues, at the invitation of his Turkish counterpart Ahmet davutoglu, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said that the visit is to strengthen bilateral relations and discuss regional issues.

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki confirmed Tuesday, (October 22, 2013), during a meeting with visiting Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Turkish Parliament, Vulcan boskir, that Iraq wants "good relations and sophisticated with Turkey and neighbouring countries", and the Turkish Parliament statement on "visits to both the speaker and the Turkish Foreign Minister to Baghdad to visit Al-Maliki to Ankara", wished to strengthen bilateral relations, "Al-Maliki's visit to overcome all the obstacles."

The newspaper quoted Turkish, (4 October 2013), the Turkish Foreign Ministry news about his "upcoming" visit of Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari to Ankara this month, with the visit to help soothe strained relations that prevailed between the two neighbouring countries, stressed that the visit had been preceded by the Declaration of the Iraqi desire for things with Turkey.

The relationship between the two Governments has seen Iraqi tension as a result of their divergent positions on many files, large economic interests between them, including the relationship between Ankara and Irbil, particularly in the oil sector, the position of the Syrian and Turkish stance of opposition forces.