Foreign Ministry Denies Radio Liberty Reports of Armenia Turkey Iran Agreement

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–The first session of the communication committee of the Armenia-Greece-Iran trilateral cooperation held May 19-20 in Teheran resulted in a memorandum on mutual understanding in the sphere of transportation and communication–the Armenian Foreign Ministry reported denying Radio Liberty’s report that on May 22 a trilateral Armenia-Iran-Turkey agreement was signed in Teheran.

According to Radio Liberty–"the sides also reached an agreement that drivers transporting cargo via these countries can obtain visas for three years." Denying this information–Armenia’s Foreign Ministry reported that the session only reached an agreement between Iran and Armenia to discuss a possibility of getting such visas at a meeting of the three foreign ministers.

The Foreign Ministry also reported that the three sides also signed a preliminary agreement on holding a regular meeting of foreign ministers of Iran-Armenia-Greece–September 5-9 in Teheran.


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