Turkish Prime Minister replied Barack Obama’s letter
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's diplomacy traffic over Iran's nuclear activities keep continuing, TRT World reported.
Earlier this week, Erdogan held a telephone conversation with US President Barack Obama and then sent a letter to elaborate on the contents of agreement with Tehran.
The Turkish Prime Minister also replied US President Barack Obama's letter dated 20 April. In his letter, Erdogan noted that the declaration did not close the Iran nuclear file and affirmed that an important door was opened out for settlement of the problem through diplomacy.
The Turkish Premier also said that Turkey will pursue efforts for a solution and follow the issue.
Erdogan also spoke by telephone with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Reza Gilani.
The Premier gave information about the Tehran deal which concerns Iran's contentious nuclear programme, and exchanged views with interlocutors. Prime Minister Erdogan also demanded support for the international status of Kosovo.