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    Found updates on the missile shield situation for anyone who is interested





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    Russia has decided not to provide Iran with key military arms, complying with U.N. Security Council sanctions, the Kremlin said Wednesday.
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      Iranian-Turkish relations:

      Since August 2008, when Ahmadinejad made an official visit to meet with Turkey’s president and prime minister, Turkey and Iran have begun to formalize political relations. During Ahmadinejad’s visit, the two countries’ presidents signed five memorandums of understanding on security cooperation, combating organized crime, economic cooperation, and education.[53] In January 2009, Iranian Parliamentary Speaker Ali Larijani made an official visit to meet with Turkish President Abdullah Gul, and in March 2009, Gul attended the summit of the Economic Cooperation Organization in Tehran. The two countries have declared 2009 the “Iran-Turkey Culture Year” and began holding cultural relations conferences since January 2009.[54]

      In late October 2009, Iranian Vice President Mohammed-Reza Rahimi officially welcomed Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Tehran. Erdogan discussed the increasing ties between Turkey and Iran with a number of high-ranking Iranian officials. He highlighted Turkish-Iranian confluence of interests in regional developments, saying the two countries’ roles in Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine complete each other. [58] In a meeting with Edrogan, Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said that “Iran-Turkey cooperation can strengthen security in the region.”[59] In response to Turkey’s cancellation of the Turkey-Israel joint military exercise and its call for further cooperation among Islamic countries to help Gazans, Larijani praised Ankara’s stance on Palestinian and Gazan issues and said that taking these approaches improves Turkey’s position in the region and in the Islamic world.

      n December 2009, Iranian and Turkish military forces coordinated together to fight guerrilla separatists of the Kurdistan Worker’s Party along the Turkish border with Iran and Iraq

      In October 2009, Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdrogan, exposed divisions in NATO by accusing the west of treating Iran unfairly over its nuclear program.[4] Erdrogan insisted that Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, whom he described as a friend, had no interest in building an atomic bomb, arguing that “there is a style of approach which is not very fair because those who accuse Iran of pursuing nuclear weapons have very strong nuclear infrastructures and they don’t deny that.”

      Iran's parliament (Majlis) speaker has described Tehran-Ankara relations as “strategic,” saying both sides must work to tap into potentials for greater cooperation.


      “Key measures should be adopted to further strengthen bilateral brotherly ties in all areas,” Ali Larijani told Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his entourage in Tehran.

      “The ground is prepared for Iran-Turkey joint investment in various areas, especially oil and gas as well as infrastructural projects,” a parliamentary communique quoted Larijani as saying on Tuesday.

      Larijani underlined that the Iranian parliament has a “very positive view” towards promotion of friendly relations with Turkey, and “supports any move aimed at the expansion of bilateral relations on all fronts.”

      Elsewhere in his remarks, Larijani thanked Turkey for its stance vis--vis regional issues, particularly the question of Palestine and Iran's nuclear program.

      “Strategic cooperation between the two countries contributes to regional and global peace and stability,” said the parliamentarian.

      Larijani also described the current developments in the region as “very sensitive and strategic,” and added, “World powers do not want to see the will of nations take hold in the current developments.”

      The visiting Turkish president, in turn, touched upon age-old, friendly relations between the two nations, and called for further promotion of mutual economic trade cooperation.

      “The obstacles to the expansion of mutual cooperation should be removed,” said the Turkish head of state.

      He then reiterated Ankara's backing for Tehran's nuclear stance, and stressed that Iran's nuclear issue should be settled through dialog.

      “Turkey will press ahead with its efforts on this path,” Gul said.

      He also described the January negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 Group in Istanbul as “fruitful,” adding that Iran and Turkey will continue their consultations in that regard.
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        We can go around in circles trying to prove who's in bed with who and who is betraying who.



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          There's already a discussion of Russian-Turkish ties in another thread.
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            Meh, Iranian-Turkish relations are overrated. The words strategic and brotherly are passed around more than Pamela Anderson after she became American.
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              Originally posted by Mos View Post
              There's already a discussion of Russian-Turkish ties in another thread.
              You keep trying to disclaim the importance of Iran-Armenia ties by throwing Turkey in the mix so the same can be said about Russia.
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                Originally posted by KanadaHye View Post
                You keep trying to disclaim the importance of Iran-Armenia ties by throwing Turkey in the mix so the same can be said about Russia.
                Iran-Armenian relations are important at the economic level (esp for Armenia) but Armenia's strategic and political relations lay elsewhere. I mean after all we wouldn't want to take lessons about laws and government from Iran They marry off 9 year olds and ban music in schools for God's sake. Not to mention that stoning is an approved punishment technique. Persians may have a rich culture, but the laws and regulations in place are really backwards - Armenia in comparison is like the Netherlands.
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                  Originally posted by Mos View Post
                  Iran-Armenian relations are important at the economic level (esp for Armenia) but Armenia's strategic and political relations lay elsewhere. I mean after all we wouldn't want to take lessons about laws and government from Iran They marry off 9 year olds and ban music in schools for God's sake. Not to mention that stoning is an approved punishment technique. Persians may have a rich culture, but the laws and regulations in place are really backwards - Armenia in comparison is like the Netherlands.
                  Where do you get this B.S.? You sound like those racists that tie all Muslims under one banner. See Saudi Arabia.
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                    Originally posted by KanadaHye View Post
                    Where do you get this B.S.? You sound like those racists that tie all Muslims under one banner. See Saudi Arabia.
                    Those things are facts, you think I'm making it up? Saudi Arabia has some pretty sick things to, like marrying of small girls to 60 year old men.
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                      Originally posted by Mos View Post
                      Those things are facts, you think I'm making it up? Saudi Arabia has some pretty sick things to, like marrying of small girls to 60 year old men.
                      No, you're just spreading propaganda that other people make up. Hey, what about your buddy Berlusconi... what a saint, thank goodness Europe isn't backwards.
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