Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has completed talks in Bosnia-Herzegovina on Wednesday and is on his way to Romania.
While in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Davutoglu met with senior officials and leaders of political parties.
Tuzla University in Bosnia-Herzegovina decorated Davutoglu with an honorary doctorate degree.
Davutoglu will pay a working visit to Romania on 31 August-1 September 2011, upon the invitation of his Romanian counterpart Teodor Baconschi, said a statement from the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday.
The ministry said Davutoglu would travel to Constanta and meet with Romanian citizens of Turkish origin living there, moreover, he would hold talks in Bucharest to discuss all aspects of bilateral relations as well as current regional and international issues.
Davutoglu will also deliver a speech on "Turkey's Regional Foreign Policy Priorities and Means of Actions" at the "Annual Meeting of the Romanian Diplomacy", the ministry said.
As part of the visit, Turkish and Romanian officials will sign a memorandum of understanding on "Cooperation Between The Diplomatic Academy of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey and The Romanian Diplomatic Institute of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania", the statement added.
Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Davutoglu's visit to Romania was expected to further contribute to the strengthening of Turkish-Romanian relations.
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