World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is set to pay a visit to Munich, Germany, on February 2-3, his press office said in a written statement.
Davutoglu will participate in the 49th Munich Security Conference to be held on 1-3 February, the statement said, adding that the conference was an important international forum where current and future security challenges are debated and analyzed with the participation every year of approximately 350 high level statesmen, politicians, decision-makers, academicians and international security experts from over 70 countries.
"This year, energy geopolitics, Syria, Euro-Atlantic security, cyber security, security and stability in southeast Europe and the Caucasus, European defence and the crisis in Mali will be among the topics on the agenda of the Conference, where views have been exchanged on international security and defence issues since 1962," the statement said.
The statement said Davutoglu was also expected to deliver a speech in a discussion panel on "Mali, Syria and Beyond: Dealing With Current Crises" on Sunday and to hold bilateral meetings with some of his counterparts on the margins of the conference.
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