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German FM to visit Turkey for talks

13 May 2012, Sunday /TODAYSZAMAN.COM
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle is scheduled to visit Turkey on Monday for talks.

A statement released by the Turkish Foreign Ministry on Sunday said during their meeting on Monday in Ankara, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu and his German counterpart, Westerwelle, will exchange views on bilateral relations as well as regional and international issues.

The statement added that Westerwelle will participate in the 14th Kronberg Talks Forum on “Europe, Turkey and Promoting and Strengthening the Mediterranean Cooperation” on Tuesday organized with the contribution of Sabancı University. It said he will leave Turkey on the same day.

It added that Westerwelle’s visit to Turkey will contribute to further enhance the already existing strong and multi-dimensional relations between Turkey and Germany.

 
 
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