Turkish and Greek foreign ministers finalize more than 20 agreements
ISTANBUL – Anatolia News Agency
Both ministers overviewed the agenda of tomorrow’s Turkish-Greek High Level Strategic Partnership Council summit. AA photoTurkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu attended a working group meeting with his Greek counterpart, Dimitris Avramopoulos, in Istanbul on March 3, finalizing more than 20 agreements a day before a Turkish-Greek High Level Strategic Partnership Council summit.
Both ministers overviewed the agenda of tomorrow’s meetings and finalized the more than 20 agreements expected to be signed during the summit.
The delegations of the two countries expressed their satisfaction with the number of agreements and said the council’s second summit would add dynamism and boost bilateral relations. They also agreed to closely follow the implementations of the agreements and stay in close touch in the upcoming period.
Avramopoulos and Davutoğlu also met Feb. 15 in Ankara to conduct preparations for the gathering.
“[While] boosting good relations between Turkey and Greece, we want to create a model network of relations for the region and for the eastern Mediterranean,” the Greek minister had said regarding moves to expand the areas of cooperation between the two neighbors.