Turkey’s FM Cavusoglu and top diplomats of Turkic Council member states Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan and observer state Hungary meet in Istanbul to discuss the situation in Afghanistan post Taliban takeover.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said the international community has begun providing better support for the return of refugees to their countries of origin, particularly Syria, and called for more international cooperation on migration.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu rules out migration deal with EU limited to financial assistance for Turkey's hosting of refugees from Afghanistan.
Turkey’s FM Mevlut Cavusoglu says Ankara welcomes the Taliban group’s “positive messages” to the international community following their seizure of power in Afghanistan.
All necessary measures taken regarding Turkey's diplomatic missions, personnel in Afghanistan, says Cavusoglu as other countries evacuate their missions.
Turkish FM Cavusoglu and his Russian counterpart Lavrov discuss the issue of continuing cross-border humanitarian aid to millions of Syrians in need.
Second Berlin Conference on Libya was aimed to make progress on removing mercenaries and other foreign forces, months after the ceasefire called for their withdrawal, as well as on steps towards securing a December 24 election.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says the forum was one of the first and biggest international events during the pandemic and it was held under compliance with all health measures.
The Covid-19 outbreak has “sharpened injustice” in the world, says Turkey’s President Erdogan at Antalya Diplomacy Forum, urging world leaders not to permit vaccine nationalism to take hold.
Turkey’s foreign minister calls for the immediate start of accession negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia.
Ankara has started to work on concrete projects with a focus on action and cooperation with the Greek side, and the two countries agreed on 25 items in the list of areas of cooperation, Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu says.
Turkey’s FM Cavusoglu says ending Ankara’s support in military training and consultancy would not be in Libya’s benefit after talks with his German counterpart Maas resulted in a mutual agreement that foreign mercenaries need to leave.
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