Turkish PM discusses ISIL threat with Iraq’s al-Abadi
Davutoğlu spoke to Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi late on Oct. 6, amid rising regional turmoil. AA PhotoTurkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu had a phone conversation with his Iraqi counterpart, Haider al-Abadi, late on Oct. 6 to discuss recent developments in the region, according to sources from the Prime Ministry.
Al-Abadi and Davutoğlu agreed to ensure an intensified exchange of visits in the upcoming period, but the schedule of the first visit has yet to be arranged, sources said.
The Turkish prime minister also wished al-Abadi a happy Eid al-Adha.
Davutoğlu has also had a phone conversation with Boyko Borisov, who won Bulgaria’s general elections on Oct. 6 for the center-right GERB party.
He wished Borisov good luck in forming a coalition government, a source from the prime minister’s office said.