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Iran, Turkey, Iraq, Syria need to cooperate on security

Ankara, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, leader of the Republican People's Party of Turkey (CHP) urged Iran, Turkey, Iraq and Syria to establish an organization on peace and cooperation in the Middle East to maintain peace in the region.

According to Ikhlas News Agency, Kilicdaroglu made the remarks addressing a meeting with Turkish non-governmental officials.

Stressing establishment of the Middle East peace and cooperation organization, he said the reason behind launching such body is maintaining peace in the region.

'Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey are relatives on ethnical and religious issues,' he noted.

Referring to solving some issues between these countries, Kilicdaroglu said 'we should be able to confront the foreigners in the region and bring about peace to the Middle East'.

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA

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