World Bulletin/News Desk
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said on Saturday that they have been following awakening in Arab countries, and the UN Security Council should increase its peaceful efforts.
Delivering a speech at the Fifth Annual Ambassadors Conference which is continuing in western province of Izmir, Bildt said that there would be important developments in Europe as of 2013, stating that they would focus on global strategies of Europe in 2013.
Bildt said that Turkey has conducted important studies in the area of diplomacy and Turkish diplomats undersigned effective and important projects.
There was a common vision between Turkey and Sweden, he said, stating that Sweden was supporting Turkey's EU bid. Sweden also aimed to assist Turkey's reform process, he added.
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