Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioğlu and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister and State Secretary Grigory Karasin met in Ankara on Wednesday for consultations on Eurasia and possible cooperation in the region.
The two officials met to discuss developments in the South Caucasus and Central Asia in Ankara. Cooperation opportunities in Eurasia were also on the agenda in the meeting, according to a statement released by the Turkish Foreign Ministry.
The two countries’ deputy foreign ministers have held several meetings on regional developments, including those in Eurasia and Syria. Last year, Sinirlioğlu traveled to Russia to exchange views on the region with his Russian counterpart. He made his last trip to Moscow in June, when Syria was the top agenda item.