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თურქეთისა და ირანის თანამედროვე ურთიერთობები
Modern Relations of Turkey and Iran

Author(s): Maia Kapanadze, Shorena Sigua
Subject(s): History, Political history, International relations/trade, Transformation Period (1990 - 2010), Present Times (2010 - today)
Published by: ბათუმის შოთა რუსთაველის სახელმწიფო უნივერსიტეტი, ჰუმანიტარული მეცნიერებატა ფაკულტეტის აღმოსავლეთმცოდნეობის დეპარტამენტის „ელექტრონული ჟურნალი“.
Keywords: Kurdish Workers Party; Turkey;

Summary/Abstract: Turkey and Iran are the two largest Middle Eastern countries that are constantly striving for leadership. Due to their political interests in the region, there are often contradiction between the two countries. In spite of their counteract, there are cases when Turkey and Iran find a common language. This process facilitated to finding a common language between Turkey and Iran, the difficult political situation created in the Middle East over the last few years, which threatened both countries. Here is the Syrian crisis we mean. Although the two countries had a different vision at the beginning of the Syrian crisis, further development of events allowed them to reconcile the common sense, as events in Syria directly impact negatively not only on this country, but also in the region wholly and between Turkey and Iran. The closer relations of these two countries have also been conditioned through the position of the United States, which has taken a negative attitude towards both Turkey and Iran as one of those expressions of are the sanctions.