17 July 2018

Cavusoglu to meet new UN chief Guterres in New York

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu will travel to New York for a meeting with the newly appointed United Nations chief Antonio Guterres. In the meeting, the civil war in Syria and the negotiations in Cyprus will be high on agenda.

In a statement released from the Foreign Ministry, it was said that Cavusoglu will travel to the US on Jan. 5 to meet the new chief. Guterres took over the duty from Ban Ki-moon on Jan. 1.

The ministry said in the statement that the minister will also discuss other regional issues and developments with the new UN leader.

2017.01.04 / 11:44
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