World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Tuesday that the developing relations between Iran and Egypt was a positive step.
Regarding Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadi-Nejad's visit to Egypt, Davutoglu expressed hope that Iran would understand better the wind of change in North Africa.
Ahmadi-Nejad's visit is the first high-level one from Iran to Egypt after 1979.
We think high-level visits are beneficial to restoration of peace and permanent dialogue milieu in the region, said Davutoglu, adding that Iran and Egypt were neighbors of Turkey, and Turkey would only be pleased if relations between these two countries developed.
Davutoglu said that if Iran understood the mood of Tahrir Square, then it would understand the demands of Syrians in Hama, Homs and Aleppo.
Regarding Mali issue, Davutoglu said that Turkey, from the beginning, called for solution by political dialogue and within territorial integrity of Mali, adding that Turkey always supported UN and regional organizations to take action in such issues.Last Mod: 05 Şubat 2013, 17:20