Turkey's Davutoğlu cuts short China trip over Syria crisis
ANKARA - Agence France- Presse
REUTERS PhotoTurkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu will cut short an official trip to China and fly home today after Syrian forces fired shots into a refugee camp across the border, a report said.
Davutoğlu, who was accompanying Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will not join the Shanghai leg of the trip and instead return to Turkey later in the day, reported the Anatolia news agency.
Turkish FM: We want a nuclear-free region
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
urkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu recently commented on the
upcoming P5+1 meeting in Istanbul via his own account on the
micro-blogging website Twitter.
Davutoğlu repeated that the meeting will take place on April 14 in Istanbul. “As Turkey, we are determined to contribute to the resolution of all problems in the region as we have always been,” he posted on his Twitter account.
"We are in favor of negotiations and diplomatic solutions," Davutoğlu said. "Our principal attitude is clear: We want a region that is completely free of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction."