Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Saturday said that two Turkish journalists Adem Ozkose and Hamit Coskun who were missing in Syria have been released and were on their way to Tehran.
In a message posted on online social networking service Twitter, Davutoglu said that the Turkish journalists were released by Syrian authorities.
Turkish Prime Ministry is closely monitoring the developments
The process leading to the release of two Turkish journalists in Syria, Adem Ozkose and Hamit Coskun, was conducted by a special unit established at the Turkish Prime Ministry.
Turkish Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan personally followed the efforts of the unit and gave directives related to the developments.