Turkey, Germany work jointly to prevent escalation in Syria's Idlib
Turkey and Germany will work intensely to strengthen bilateral ties and prevent the escalation of conflicts in Syria's Idlib region, foreign ministers of the two countries stressed in Ankara, Trend reported citing Xinhua.
Speaking at a joint press conference, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said he has discussed with his German counterpart Heiko Maas steps to improve and restore relations, as well as the latest developments in Syria's Idlib region.
Cavusoglu said the bombing of Idlib was wrong and had serious risk, adding that Ankara was going to prevent such attacks happen again on the Friday's Turkey-Russia-Iran summit in Tehran.
"We are making intense efforts with Germany to normalize and strengthen bilateral ties," the minister added.
For his part, Mass retaliated the important of German-Turkish relations, and expressed positive stance for Turkey's effort on Syrian issues.
"Turkey is right in its concerns over Idlib, we will work together with Turkey to prevent escalation in Syria's Idlib region," Mass said.