Istanbul Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced that Turkey and several countries are planning to organize a group visit of foreign ministers of several countries to the Afghan capital, Kabul.
During a press conference held today, Tuesday, with his Indonesian counterpart, Retno Marsud, at the headquarters of the Turkish Foreign Ministry in the capital, Ankara, Ihsanoglu indicated that Turkey is closely following the situation in Afghanistan, and that they will finalize the visit plan in the coming days.
He explained that he discussed the issue of the collective visit of foreign ministers to Kabul with his Indonesian counterpart on the sidelines of the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly in New York recently.
The Turkish Foreign Minister stressed that the idea of the visit was welcomed by his counterparts in friendly and brotherly countries.
Cavusoglu also revealed their desire to hold a meeting of the Mikta Group (Mexico-Indonesia-South Korea-Turkey-Australia) at the level of leaders in Indonesia, in conjunction with the G-20 summit, which Jakarta is chairing its next session after Italy.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency