FM Kotzias Meets Turkish European Affairs Minister, Serbian Counterpart in Budapest

FM Kotzias Meets Turkish European Affairs Minister, Serbian Counterpart in Budapest

The most significant regional and international issues as well as cooperation issues of the two countries dominated a meeting on Tuesday between Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias met with Turkish European Affairs Minister Volkan Bozkir in Budapest on the margins of the pentalateral Meeting on energy issues between Greece, Turkey, Serbia, Hungary and FYROM The two Ministers carried out a review of Greek-Turkish bilateral relations while special reference was made to energy cooperation between the two countries and jointly with the other countries participating in the pentalateral meeting, as well as to Turkey’s European perspective. Earlier in the day Kotzias also met Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić and discussed a wide range of issues and looked at the course of bilateral political and economic cooperation, with emphasis on the sectors of energy and transport. They also exchanged views on Serbia’s European perspective, developments in the Western Balkans, and matters of international and regional interest.

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