Turkish FM defends zero problem policy at parliament

Turkish FM Davutoglu said that government policies could change when international conjuncture changed.

Turkish FM defends zero problem policy at parliament

 

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Tuesday that government policies could change when international conjuncture changed.

Davutoglu replied to questions of parliamentarians regarding a bill on organizational structure of the foreign ministry in the parliament.

"We never denied contributions of former governments, but we always said that there is need for a new policy. We have to reassess international conjuncture," he said.

"Zero problem policy of Turkey with its neighbors is a right policy. But it does not mean that all problems with neighbors will be solved. When you look at agreements that were signed with Syria, Greece, Iraq and Russia at strategic cooperation councils, you'll see the progress that was achieved by Turkey. We will continue this policy," he said.

Turkey would always attach a great interest in developments taking place in its region, he added.
 

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