Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Erdogan to Visit Tehran

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay an official official visit to Iran on March 28 and 29. Erdogan will arrive in Tehran on his way back from 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit in South Korea.

During his visit to Tehran, Erdogan will confer with senior Iranian officials and will inaugurate a new Turkish cultural center in Tehran.

File Photo: Turkish Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan / Press TV


Anonymous said...

There are thousands of Iranian exiles in Turkey who have escaped Iran because of mistreatment by present government.They refuse to go back to Iran.Maybe Erdogan should mention this to the caring government in Iran ?

Reedambehroohetgohmeini Istanbul

mat said...

To whom it may concerned

'To be true, it is not the most poisonous snake, the most dangerous one, but instead, indeed, the two-headed snake'. One-own's philosophy.

Anonymous said...

90% are there chasing a dream they have seen on satelite TVs.
Turkey has some of the best
"Case-benevis" around,as a lawyer I am always astound with the creativity of thses people in even inventing street names in

The present political situation created by the press is supposedly great but in reality most of them eventualy return.
You know it, I know it they know it. We simply chose to selectively use them/us/ all to bash those we don't approve of.
Erdogan has other issues than a few thousand Iranians spending their money in Turkey.

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:16 PM

Everyone has a right to chase their dream.I am sure exile Iranians in Turkey will move on maybe to other countries but not Iran for now.They spent to much effort for them to want to go back to that.But the question is,what are you doing outside of Iran if it is so good ?

Reedambehroohetgohmeini Istanbul

Anonymous said...

Every developed country or society has punks, graffiti and pornography lovers in addition to drug and alcohol users as well as crooks. I think that those people would benefit the most in case a "western democracy" would replace "mullahs" and Iran would create a lot of jobs for the "western civilization", by importing their weaponry,buze and trash.
former usa fan from Poland.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:52 AM

Well that's just fine by us.You go to Iran and live the so-called pure clean life with the mullahs and their cronies and we "western" tainted Iranians will live freely with all its pitfalls and vices.
It's our choice.If you want to live with religious nuts constantly and forcefully banging at your door in the middle of the night,your welcome to it.At least with pornography and drinking it's your choice. Unlike religion forcefully stuffed down your throat in a daily bases with all their hypocrisies yet behind the curtains they practice all the sordid things you just mentioned and worse.A bunch of hypocrites!

Reedambehroohetgohmeini Istanbul

Anonymous said...

what an impolite person.

what kind of a signature is that.

Are you not aware you are insulting yourself and your parents for your upbringing? No matter how anonym you are, you yourself know who you are.

Nader Uskowi said...

Anon 10:43 AM,
We agree with you and offer our apologies for allowing this person’s comments with his signature appear on this and some other posts on this blog.

Anon 10:21 AM,
We suggest another signature if you choose to continue posting your comments on this blog.

Anonymous said...

Dear Nader Uskowi

No disrespect to your blog. But I was very much aware of my actions.This person who claims I'm insulting myself and my parents doesn't know what he is talking about and he/she is far from the truth when you compare what this terrorist regime did to my family.No matter how many times you insult this regime it's still not enough.
However Mr Uskowi I will stop using the signature because I respect you as a true Iranian.

Yours sincerely Istanbul

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr Istanbul

We all have to bear our crosses, be so good and don't claim yours is heavier than the rest.

That is no justification for social or verbal misbehaviour.

Anonymous said...

What cross do you bear since you support the very regime that oppresses people?

The man from Istanbul

Anonymous said...

International Red Cross Has a special office In Tehran .
If you have been expelled from the country or been bared from re-entery
and this has not been due to your criminal record . you can contact them for repatriation .
currently they are engaged in repatriation of former MKO members of camp Ashraf/Liberty and have successfully provided repatriation/amnesty to 362 former members of which 250 live and work in Iran today.
I would choose this path instead of erdogan
sincerely yours