Sunday, July 10, 2011

Turkish Foreign Minister to visit Iran

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmed Davutoglu

Head and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmed Davutoglu to Iran today, Sunday, to discuss with the leaders of this state uprisings in the region, which also announced a Turkish diplomat told the French news.

Davutoglu will travel to Iran at the end of a visit to Saudi Arabia, where he arrived on Saturday evening, said the diplomat, who is accompanying the minister over the phone without revealing his name.

The same source said that he will meet his Iranian counterpart Ali Akbar Salehi on Sunday evening and other officials Monday "to discuss the latest developments in the region."

These two visits to Saudi Arabia and Iran, another station in the regional tour was announced last month and has already led Davutoglu to Egypt and Libya.

The Turkish minister also will visit Syria, where he continues a popular protest movement is not unprecedented but no date was set for the visit

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