1028 militants 'neutralized' in Turkey's Afrin operation: Turkish military

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"Many threats in the region endanger the interests of both countries of Iran and Turkey and other Muslim states", he said.

"We should make efforts and take measures in a way that no country feels threatened by its neighbours, " Rouhani said in the meeting with visiting Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the current situation in northwestern Syria and tentatively agreed to a trilateral summit with Iran to be held in Istanbul, according to news reports on Thursday.

"Unfortunately, following their failures in Iraq, some powers have turned to Syria with the aim of changing the geography of the region", he noted.

The air strikes came amid the ongoing military showdown between the Turkish forces and the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) in the countryside of Afrin.

Meanwhile, the Syrian government has called the Afrin offensive, launched on January 20, an illegal act of "aggression" and said it would deal with it accordingly.

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The operation will continue until all terrorist elements are cleared from the region, Bilgic told the journalists.

Cavusoglu visited Iran's capital Tehran on Wednesday for talks on bilateral and regional issues.

They held a similar meeting in the Black Sea resort of Sochi last November.

Bilgic said Turkey has informed worldwide organizations, including North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the United Nations, as well as its neighbors about the operation.

"Turkey's fight against terrorism is fully in line with worldwide law".

Cavusoglu emphasized "we believe that we must stand against conspiracies that are aimed at undermining the territorial integrity of the countries of the region".