Turkish Foreign Minister “Mevlut Çavuşoğlu” announced on Wednesday the start of a new phase in relations between his country and Egypt, pointing out that there is an upcoming Turkish-Egyptian meeting.
“Çavuşoğlu” explained – according to what was reported by the Turkish Anadolu Agency – that the issue of appointing an ambassador to Egypt has not been discussed yet, but the issue can be raised in the upcoming meeting, which will be held at the level of the assistants of the foreign ministers of the two countries.
In the same context, Çavuşoğlu commented on Russia’s reduction of flights with Turkey that this decision will inevitably affect tourism in Turkey, and that they do not see any political justification for Russia’s decision.
The minister said that this decision was taken in line with a report by the Russian Ministry of Health, and for health reasons, noting that work is underway to resume flights between the two countries.
It is worth noting that the Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Çavuşoğlu, announced on March 13 the start of diplomatic contacts between his country and Egypt, to restore relations to normal, and the two countries did not put forward any preconditions for this.