The visit of the President of Turkey will last until May 15.
According to a statement by the presidency's press office, Erdogan will also attend the closing dinner of Turkish-British Tatlidil Forum on May 13 in Reading, southern England.
Resolution 2231 was adopted by the UNSC in July 2015 to endorse the JCPOA, which obliged the USA as one of the seven signatories to the deal to remove nuclear-related sanctions against Iran in response to Tehran's agreement to curb its nuclear activities. "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.
The Kremlin said in a statement that the two strongmen "emphasised that the safeguarding of the JCPOA (the formal abbreviation for the accord) is very important for global and regional security as well as the nuclear non-proliferation regime". "They reaffirmed Russia's and Turkey's commitment to work together with other parties to the Plan of Action and coordinate their further steps".
"We are ready to cooperate more with the U.K.post-Brexit in every field", Erdogan said.
On Tuesday, Trump announced he would be reimposing sanctions on Iran, which Iran pointed out are illegal and against United Nations Security Council resolutions.
Turkish president on Thursday said he does not view US withdrawal from Iranian nuclear deal as the "right" decision, according to Turkish presidential sources.
Noting the extremely low rates in the United States, euro zone and Japan, Erdogan added: "We must bring down interest rates".