Putin visits Iran, praises joint efforts in solving regional issues

Laura Christensen
November 2, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) meets with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani in Tehran November 1, 2017.

Thereafter Russia-Iran-Azerbaijan trilateral summit will kick off in the Iranian capital.

Both Tehran and Moscow now support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and are fighting together against the Islamic State terrorist group.

Referring to the fact that the majority of the population of the Republic of Azerbaijan are the followers of Ahl al-Bayt (AS) like Iran and Iraq, Ayatollah Khamenei said this great opportunity to hold glorious mourning ceremonies by the Shiites in Azerbaijan must be seized because they give Azerbaijan Republic and its nation more identity.

The two presidents also discussed the Syria conflict, and their joint cooperation with Turkey under the Astana peace process aimed at finding a peaceful settlement to the lingering crisis.

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The rapprochement between Iran and Russian Federation is worrying for both Saudi Arabia, Shi'ite Muslim Tehran's main Sunni rival for dominance in the Middle East, and the United States.

"We believe it is by no means justifiable to unilaterally terminate the deal", he said, adding that the agreement has nothing to do with Iran's defense and missile programs. Trump has also not ruled out an outright cancellation of the deal.

US President Donald Trump has refused to confirm whether his government will comply with the agreement and has threatened a harder line on Iran, which the US suspects has been seeking to build a nuclear bomb. "This cooperation will restore stability in the region", Khamenei said during his meeting with Putin, according to state television and Reuters.

"This is a very important visit [by Putin]".

President Ilham Aliyev also for his part said while he is in Iran he feels that he is in his own home.

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