Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will attend the Organization for the Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) meeting in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on Friday.
Foreign ministers and high-level officials from 56 OSCE-member states will gather at an unofficial meeting in Almaty to discuss recent developments about Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan as well as the Upper Karabakh dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
President Nursultan Nazarbayev will make opening remarks of the meeting.
"Kyrgyzstan Action Plan" prepared by Davutoglu about the incidents in Kyrgyzstan will be high on agenda of the meeting.
Meanwhile, the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia will discuss the Upper Karabakh dispute at a meeting to be held on the sidelines of the OSCE gathering with the participation of foreign ministers of OSCE Minsk Group and of Kazakhstan which is currently holding the rotating presidency of the organization.