“Recently, it seems difficult and impossible to deliver products in Asia and Central Asia via Russia to European markets, especially because of the war with Ukraine. Therefore, the importance of the Middle Corridor and the position of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey is increasing.”
“Report” reports that Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlud Çavuşoğlu said this.
The head of Turkey’s foreign policy department noted that official Ankara wants to include Georgia in such meetings in the coming period.
“We should work together in logistics and energy. This is extremely important from the point of view of the economic development and stability of our region, international markets, and the transformation of our region into an energy base,” Çavuşoğlu said.
Noting that Turkey-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan foreign affairs and transport ministers meeting was held a few days ago, Çavuşoğlu said that Turkey-Azerbaijan-Uzbekistan meeting will be held on August 2.