After Thursday’s talks with the Turkish president, the Italian premier said they decided to make the cooperation platform among Turkiye, France, and Italy functional again, adding that the three countries will meet soon.
Turkiye’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Thursday on the sidelines of an extraordinary NATO leaders’ summit in Brussels.
The closed-door meeting at the NATO headquarters lasted 45 minutes.
Responding to a question about the meeting, Draghi said: “The meeting with Erdogan went well. One of the cooperation platforms that was created over the years and then interrupted was the group between Turkiye, France, and Italy. We decided to put (it) into operation again. The three countries will have a meeting soon.”