Turkey's foreign minister says his country will remain engaged in diplomatic efforts to resolve an international dispute over Iran's nuclear program.
Ahmet Davutoglu says Turkey wants to facilitate a peaceful end to the standoff.
"We do not want to have any nuclear weaponry system in our region," Davutoglu said Friday in Lisbon, Portugal.
Davutoglu said he has maintained a "very constructive dialogue" with Washington, even though Turkey voted against new US-backed sanctions against Iran that passed in the UN Security Council last month.
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