Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey signed common declaration (UPDATE)
Declaration details added (first news was published at 21:17)
Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey at a meeting in Urmia on Saturday signed common declaration, Irna reported.
The Declaration consists of 9 points.
The first paragraph refers to the tripartite agreement of joint investments to boost economic cooperation, joint implementation plans of commercial and industrial issues in the areas of energy, tourism and other areas.
The parties agreed to establish a tripartite committee on economy, lower tariffs, to facilitate border crossing, upgrade and repair the frontier posts, and create joint ventures.
The declaration also has an item on the establishment of a committee of representatives of consular services for solutions to the problems of citizens traveling abroad.
In addition, among the three countries will create conditions for joint celebrations of historical figures and holding cultural programs.
Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey also agreed to exchange information in the field of security controls and counter-terrorism, arms smuggling, drug trafficking and illegal immigration.
The declaration also includes an item about the development of relations of the three countries in international organizations to which they belong.
According to the document, the three countries condemned the use of violent measures against the people for mass protests in the region and understands the importance of restoring the cultural and social rights of people.
The parties also agreed to develop relations in the sphere of tourism, transport and communications in the border areas.
The next tripartite meeting between Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey will be in October 2011 in Nakhchivan