Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that his country is ready for dialogue with Greece on all outstanding issues between them without preconditions, and that the Turkish president will meet his Greek counterpart on the sidelines of the NATO summit.
This came in a press conference held by Cavusoglu with his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias in the capital Athens, which he arrived on an official visit.
Cavusoglu affirmed his country’s readiness to negotiate with Greece without preconditions to strengthen bilateral relations in all fields, adding that Turkey began working with the Greek side on concrete projects, and reached consensus with it on many issues, which included 25 items, most notably in the fields of Transportation, energy, tourism, environment and trade, provided that the relevant institutions in these sectors in the two countries meet periodically.
He added that the political and military dialogues between the two countries are also progressing in all tracks, and that the political consultations No. 62 between the ministries were held in Athens.
It is noteworthy that, last April, Cavusoglu received the Greek Foreign Minister in Ankara, in an attempt by both sides to address the main conflicts. Such as the dispute over natural gas supplies in the Mediterranean and migration policy.