“We will maintain our relations with our brothers and sisters in the Gulf, without any differentiation, within the framework of our common interests and mutual respect,” Erdogan advised reporters in Istanbul on Monday earlier than departing to Qatar’s capital Doha.
Erdogan and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan met in Ankara in November, as the 2 sides have stepped up to restore their ties after years of pressure over a collection of points, Xinhua news company reported.
“We welcome all the efforts aimed at re-opening the channels of dialogue and getting rid of misunderstandings in the Gulf region,” Erdogan continued.
During his go to to Doha, the Turkish chief will attend the seventh assembly of the Turkey-Qatar Supreme Strategic Committee and meet with Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
The two nations have, to date, signed 69 paperwork in a variety of areas, together with army, political, industrial, financial, and cultural fields, throughout the framework of the committee mechanism, in accordance to the president.
“The deals we have made have further enhanced our cooperation. We will consolidate our solidarity through the agreements we will sign on the occasion of the 7th meeting,” Erdogan mentioned.