A Turkish delegation in Egypt in early May … and a meeting of the two foreign ministers

The Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced that his country would send a delegation led by the Deputy Foreign Minister to Egypt in early May as part of its reform efforts Tense relations with Cairo.

In an interview with NTV today, Thursday, Cavusoglu said Egypt had invited a Turkish delegation to attend it in the first week of May to visit die To discuss relations between the two countries.

He also indicated that a meeting with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry would take place after these talks.

It is reported that die Turkey tried to get closer With Egypt for weeks And they discussed die Cooperation between the two countries in regional files, while Cairo dictated not to in to interfere with internal questions or die affect the national security of Egypt and Arabs.

Differences between Turkey and Greece

On the other hand, Çavuşolu confirmed that he was at a meeting with his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias in Ankara would discuss all the differences between Turkey and Greece, adding that it was important to continue the dialogue between the two NATO countries.

Talks about the delimitation of the sea border between Greece and Libya are not uncommon.

It is noteworthy that Ankara is trying to get out of its diplomatic isolation in the Eastern Mediterranean since die Discovery of large reserves of natural gas in the past few years has led to a division between the Zealand countries of which die Turkey felt excluded.

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