World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met Prime Minister of Lebanon, Najib Mikati and Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili in Davos where the the World Economic Forum is takin place.
It was stated that Mikati confirmed his visit to Turkey which was planned to be on January 30.
Sources said that Davutoglu and Mikati discussed bilateral relations and developments in East Mediterranean Sea.
Crisis in Syria and its reflections on Lebanon were also assessed in their meeting.
Later on, Turkish FM Davutoglu came together with Prime Minister of Georgia Ivanishvili.
Meeting between Davutoglu and Ivanishvili was based on economic related relations.
Ivanishvili stated that he seeks for more Turkish investments in his country and wants cooperation in energy and transportation fields.
In addition, they discussed the problems of Turkish citizens in Georgia including prisoners and regional issues.Last Mod: 24 Ocak 2013, 09:37