Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad and his Turkish counterpart Abdullah Gul spoke over the phone, ISNA News Agency reported.
During the phone conversation the presidents discussed regional problems, in particular, issues related with Afghanistan. "The experience shows that solving the Afghan problem militarily gives no effect. So, Afghan people need assistance while reforming the country," Ahmedinejad said.
Abdullah Gul said Iran is one of the most significant world countries for Turkey.
The Turkish President wants the ties between Tehran and Ankara to develop.
Continuous exchange of views on a number of important regional issues between the presidents of both countries can greatly facilitate to solve these issues," he said.