Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has stated that stability within the country will contribute to their efforts in fighting terrorism. In a recent meeting, the safe return of Syrians was also discussed and a committee was formed to tackle the issue. The committee is expected to meet soon to address this pressing matter.
In addition, negotiations are currently ongoing to extend the grain corridor agreement for another two months. While further details are yet to be released, this move will undoubtedly have positive effects on the country’s economy.
Turkey has been dealing with a range of issues – from terrorism threats to the ongoing refugee crisis – and it seems that the government is taking effective steps to address these concerns. The formation of the committee and talks regarding the extension of the grain corridor agreement are two significant steps towards creating a more stable and prosperous Turkey.
As more details are released, it will be interesting to see how these developments play out and what impact they will have on Turkey and the surrounding region.