Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and his Montenegrin counterpart Djordje Radulovic met on Monday in Brussels and discussed bilateral ties.
Cavusoglu said on Twitter that while in Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers’ meeting and to discuss relations, he met with Djordje Radulovic of Montenegro.
Met w/Djordje Radulovic, FM of #Montenegro.— Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu (@MevlutCavusoglu) March 22, 2021
-Will host him at Antalya Diplomacy Forum and South East European Countries Cooperation Process Summit.
-Our investments in Montenegro are growing.
-Will share our experience in tourism.
-Will cooperate against the pandemic.🇹🇷🇲🇪 pic.twitter.com/LaWCwaXbRp
Radulovic will be hosted at the next Antalya Diplomacy Forum in the Turkish Riviera city as well as the next summit of the South East European Countries Cooperation Process (SEECP), a group currently chaired by Turkey, Cavusoglu said.
Noting that Turkey's investments in Montenegro are growing, Cavusoglu added that both countries would share experience in the sector of tourism and cooperate against the COVID-19 pandemic.
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