Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will make a high-profiled trip to the Tehran next week, as he looks to strengthen regional ties with Russia and Iran.

Erdogan’s upcoming visit to Tehran comes just two weeks after he made a historic trip to St. Petersburg in order to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Earlier this week, Erdogan announced that he has mapped out a solution to end the ongoing war in Syria; however, he did not go into details.

Despite their disagreements over Syria, Iran and Turkey have maintained good relations; and they continue to coordinate against Kurdish militant groups inside their respective countries.

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Dr. James Padgett

Be careful in interacting with the vicious er-DOG-an. If you play and roll with the dogs, you get fleas.

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Don’t worry, if he is DOG then Russia is big BEERS,he EAT turkey before thanksgiving

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Erdogan must stop siting on the fence and decide where he wants to go.

Daeshbags Sux
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Oh, he’ll end in the same place as all shithadists : in h**l…

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Those two cooking against who ???????????????????????..

andy
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May be against Israel.

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@leithfadel @MarkSleboda1 Mark, FYI. You may be right on the Turkish/Russian dynamic, but it could still be fluid.