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    Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey forign ministers will meet soon to discuss counterterrorism issues and regional cooperation, a spokesman for the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry said Friday.

    BAKU (Sputnik) — The foreign ministers of Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey will meet in the northern Iranian city of Ramsar on April 5-6 to discuss combating terrorism and regional cooperation, a spokesman for the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry said Friday.

    "The issues of regional cooperation, the struggle with the international terrorism, discussions about transit freight, as well as the development of cooperation in the political sphere, are planned [to be discussed] at the meeting," Khikmet Gadzhiev told reporters.

    Previous trilateral ministerial meetings between the countries have been held in Iran's Urmia and Azerbaijan's Nakhchivan.

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