German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock made a written statement before his visit to Greece today and Turkey tomorrow, APA reports citing West Observer.
Stating that the unity between NATO allies and European partners has become more important than ever before, Baerbock said that he made his visits to Greece and Turkey especially now.
Noting that the security of the Mediterranean will be one of the important agenda items during his talks with Turkey, Baerbock said, “Our message here, too, will be ‘problems should be resolved through negotiations, not escalating tensions’. Turkey is an indispensable partner for us and a country that is more connected with ours than with any other country. The heart of man beats for our countries.” used the phrase.
Emphasizing that he wishes not to distance himself from politics for these reasons, Baerbock said in his statement: “As in any close relationship, we will talk openly with each other. About Turkey’s mediation in the Black Sea, which brings a glimmer of hope for millions of people that an even worse hunger crisis can be averted. Joint planning at NATO about.”