In new declarations, die die Turkish rapprochement efforts with Egypt clearly show, the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoglu indicated that an agreement with the Egyptian side was over die imminent return of the ambassadors between the two sides. He stated that die Talks between Ankara and Cairo had progressed gradually.
However, he pointed out that the date for the expected meeting with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry has not yet been set.
However, he stressed in a television interview yesterday Thursday that die mutual contacts have gone well so far and die Efforts to improve relations between the two parties will continue.
In addition, Cavusoglu saw that die both countries in the Libyan matter, the Palestinian question and others can work together. “When our relations with Egypt are normalized, there are many areas and countries in we can work together, and these are areas and countries die need such collaboration, ”he said.
On the other hand, there was no official Egyptian commentary on these statements, but there was a diplomatic source in Cairo denied making any tangible progress in negotiations to normalize relations between the two countries. According to the Russian news agency “TASS” he said that die both parties expressed his vision for during the recent exploratory talks die The future of the relationship, but has been since then in nothing new happened in this context.
He also made it clear that die Turkish government nothing in in reference to die Demands of the Egyptian side as conditions for normalization of relations, and pointed out that this too die Includes question of Turkey’s withdrawal from Libya.
It is noteworthy that die Turkey last March die Resumption of diplomatic contacts with Egypt announced and die Egyptian Brotherhood media operating on Turkish territory had instructed the authorities to set the tone in Mitigate Cairo.
On May 5th and 6th, a Turkish delegation led by Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Unal landed for the first visit of this kind since 2013 in Cairo to hold “exploratory talks” with Egyptian officials, led by Deputy Foreign Minister Hamdi Sanad Loza.
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