Davutoğlu to attend G20 foreign ministers’ meeting
LOS CABOS - Anatolia News AgencyTurkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu arrived in Mexico yesterday to attend an informal, two-day meeting of the foreign ministers of the G-20 countries in Los Cabos.
The first ever G-20 foreign ministers’ meeting, which began yesterday, will discuss ways to assume a bigger role in overcoming obstacles to solving global problems and produce more effective global governance. Davutoğlu is also expected to hold bilateral talks on the sidelines of the meeting. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle are among the participants in the meeting.
Davutoğlu told reporters that following the G-20 meeting, he would also attend an international meeting on Somalia in Britain. He said after Britain he would visit Tunisia on February 24 for the meeting of an international platform for Syria. “We think we will make important decisions in Tunisia regarding humanitarian aid for Syria,” said Davutoğlu, adding that Turkey’s initiatives regarding the regime in Syria and countries supporting this regime would increase. “We are determined to eliminate the vacuum which emerged after the veto in the U.N. Security Council,” he said.