According to rahnam International News Agency, US Foreign Minister Anthony Blinken arrived in Ankara on Sunday night.
He will meet with his Turkish counterpart Hakan Fidan today.
According to the announcement published by the US State Department, Blinken, after meeting with the officials of the Zionist regime, will travel to Jordan, Turkey, Japan, South Korea and India, and his main priority in meeting with the officials of these countries is to discuss about The developments in Gaza.
In the statement of the US Department of State regarding Turkey and Jordan, these words are mentioned: “In Jordan and Turkey, the Minister stressed the importance of protecting civilian lives in Israel and the Gaza Strip and the joint commitment of the United States to facilitate the increase and continued delivery of life-saving humanitarian assistance to Gaza civilians and will emphasize the resumption of essential services. We want to ensure that Palestinians are not forcibly displaced outside of Gaza. The minister will also discuss immediate mechanisms to stop violence, reduce rhetoric and reduce regional tensions. The commitment to work with partners to create the necessary conditions for lasting peace in the Middle East and the renewed US emphasis on the creation of a Palestinian state are discussed. In Turkey, Blinken will also discuss Euro-Atlantic security, continued support for Ukraine and the need to maintain the NATO alliance, including the ratification of Sweden’s accession to NATO.
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