Moscow, Tehran, Ankara, Baghdad exchanging counterterrorism info - Iraqi foreign minister
MOSCOW. Oct 25 (Interfax) - Russia, Iran, Turkey, and Iraq are exchanging counterterrorism information, Iraqi Foreign Minister Abbas al-Jaafari said at MGIMO University.
"We, the four countries, Iran, Russia, Turkey, and Iraq, are exchanging information. Counterterrorism information is being exchanged at all levels," al-Jaafari said.
"It is important to know how they [the terrorists] are moving around, which states they travel to, and how they traveling inside one country, from one city to another. This information is crucial. This kind of cooperation helps us," the minister said.