The visit of the President of Turkey will last until May 15.
"Today our President Tayyip Erdogan held a telephone conversation with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin".
"The United States has not remained faithful to the agreement it had reached", Erdoğan said, Anadolu Agency quoted him as telling CNN International. "Both leaders, pointing out at the fallacy of this decision, stressed that the JCPOA is a diplomatic success that must be safeguarded", the source added. "They reaffirmed Russia's and Turkey's commitment to work together with other parties to the Plan of Action and coordinate their further steps".
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, for his part, deemed the JCPOA a successful agreement in the world, and stressed the need for collective efforts to preserve it; "Turkey considers the USA decision to exit the Iran nuclear deal as a mistake, and has officially stated that it will not accept the United States position at all".
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Mrs May and the Turkish president are set to discuss global issues such as the situation in Cyprus where the two nations act as guarantors.
U.S. President Donald Trump, making good on an old campaign promise, made a decision to withdraw from the landmark diplomatic agreement, which had lifted sanctions on Iran in exchange for the supervised dismantling of nuclear technology development.
US President Donald Trump on Tuesday defied the wishes of world powers when he announced that Washington would pull out of the historic nuclear accord and impose new sanctions on Tehran.
Earlier, Erdogan described the USA decision as a mistake, adding that Ankara would never accept it.