Turkey's PM has busy diplomacy traffic next week

Turkish Government's busy traffic of diplomacy will continue next week.

Turkey's PM has busy diplomacy traffic next week

Turkish Government's busy traffic of diplomacy will continue next week.

Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who returned from a historic trip to Greece Saturday, said he might go to Iran Sunday night.

Upon receiving a phone call from the Tehran Administration, Erdogan said he might go to Tehran instead of Baku depending on the situation.

The Turkish, Iranian and Brazilian ministers met in Tehran earlier Sunday to discuss Iran's nuclear energy controversy.

Iranian Foreign Minister Manuchehr Motaki hosted two-and-a-half-hour trilateral meeting with Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim where a common formula for uranium exchange was debated.

Erdogan said he would later proceed to Georgia and then to Spain, where he would attend a joint meeting of European Union (EU) and Latin American countries.

Turkey and Russia signed a number of agreements last week during Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Ankara including a visa weaver program, a major step in Turkish-Russian relations, and another on construction of a nuclear power plant in southern Turkey.

Shortly after Medvedev's visit, Erdogan paid a two-day formal visit to Athens Friday, his first since 2004, along with a large delegation of Turkish officials including senior cabinet members and high-level bureaucrats.

Turkey and Greece held a historic joint cabinet meeting titled "High Level Cooperation Council" to boost political and economic relations and cooperation on Friday which resulted with signing of 22 protocols.


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