Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is about to pay a two-day go to in Brussels on Wednesday, to carry conferences with EU officers and with NATO’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
Cavusoglu will meet with the bloc’s prime diplomat, Josep Borell and the heads of the EU establishments, in addition to with the Commissioners for Enlargement and Migration and with a number of Belgian officers together with former PM and present FM Sophie Wilmes.
“During the talks in Brussels, all aspects of Turkey-EU relations, Turkey’s accession process, current regional and international issues are expected to be discussed. Turkey’s expectations for progress in Turkey-EU relations through a positive agenda will be conveyed,” the Turkish Foreign Ministry mentioned in a press release on Tuesday.
Cavusoglu’s go to will come a number of days after Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas travelled to Ankara, following current “positive signals” by Turkey in de-escalating tensions within the Eastern Mediterranean.
“Now it’s time to get out of last year’s difficult discussions,” the German FM mentioned after the assembly in line with the German information company DPA, including that he would “like very, very much, that the relations between the EU and Turkey get better, deepened, all possibilities and potentials are used.”