Iran's Ambassador to Turkey Mohammad Ebrahim Taherianfard on Saturday conferred with Turkish deputy minister of customs and trade, Cenap Asci, IRNA reported.
The meeting came on the eve of a visit to Iran of the Turkish Customs and Trade Ministry's delegation.
The officials underlined the need for promoting customs cooperation between the two countries through further coordination in a bid to remove customs obstacles on the borders.
Asci is scheduled to visit Tehran on Sunday at the head of nine-member delegation to attend the fifth meeting of the two countries' customs chiefs.
Meanwhile, the first joint workshop of Iran-Turkey customs workshop is due to be held during the Turkish delegation's two-day visit to Tehran.
The two sides are to discuss renovation of customs buildings and terminals, problems surrounding lorries conveying cargo, thwarting smuggle of goods and exchange of electronic data.