Turkey's minister of foreign affairs will travel to Nepal and India this week to hold a series of talks.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will travel to Nepal's capital Kathmandu on February 17, a statement from the Turkish ministry of foreign affairs said on Monday.
As part of his visit, Davutoglu is scheduled to meet with Nepal's President Ram Baran Yadav and Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal.
Bilateral issues, international and regional matters, as well as the "4th UN Conference on Least Developed Countries" to be held in Istanbul in May will be on the agenda of Davutoglu's talks in Nepal, the statement said.
Davutoglu will also pay a visit to India on February 18-19 to attend a meeting on "the positive contribution of South?South Cooperation for Least Developed Countries' Development" in New Delhi, the statement noted.
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