Turkish-Russian Foreign Ministers examine respective ties, provincial issues
Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, on Thursday, talked about two-sided relations and territorial difficulties with his Russian partner, Sergey Lavrov, in Stockholm, Sweden’s capital, Anadolu News Agency reports.
Cavusoglu tweeted that he “examined respective relations and provincial issues including Syria, Libya, Ukraine and Caucasus” with Lavrov uninvolved of the Organization for Security and Co-activity in Europe (OSCE) Ministerial Council meeting.
The top representatives traded sees on additional adjustment of the circumstance in the Transcaucasia, just as the possibility of making shared moves to accomplish a Bosnian settlement, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in an assertion.
Prior to the day, Cavusoglu met with his partners from Kyrgyzstan, Luxembourg, and Finland.
On his gathering with Kyrgyz Foreign Minister, Ruslan Kazakbaev, and Turkic Council Secretary-General, Baghdad Amreyev, he expressed on Twitter that they talked about strides to be taken after the “notable” Turkic Council highest point in Istanbul which was hung on 12 November.
While meeting with Luxembourg’s Foreign Minister, Jean Asselborn, on the 75th commemoration of Turkey-Luxembourg discretionary relations was a “delight,” Cavusoglu likewise noticed that he and his Finnish partner, Olavi Haavisto, talked about joint “endeavors in the field of intercession and territorial issues.”