Turkey and Egypt hold official talks as Ankara aims to end its growing diplomatic isolation

15:20
 
Поделиться
 

Manage episode 291950847 series 2631806
Сделано Hellenic Leaders and The Hellenic American Leadership Council и найдено благодаря Player FM и нашему сообществу. Авторские права принадлежат издателю, а не Player FM, и аудиоматериалы транслируются прямо с его сервера. Нажмите на кнопку Подписаться, чтобы следить за обновлениями через Player FM или скопируйте и вставьте ссылку на канал в другое приложение для подкастов.

This week Egypt and Turkey held two days of talks on bilateral and regional issues aimed at reseting ties after nearly eight years of a diplomatic rift. The talks come amid a charm offensive by Turkey toward Eastern Mediterranean and Gulf states aimed at ending its growing diplomatic isolation. Ankara has also sent out feelers to Israel, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia, and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is scheduled to travel to Saudi Arabia next week for talks. Amberin Zaman joins us to analyze this week’s talks between Egypt and Turkey, and look at Turkey's latest outreach to Saudi Arabia.

Amberin Zaman is a roving staff correspondent for Al-Monitor covering the Middle East, with a particular focus on Syria, Iraq, and Turkey. Prior to Al-Monitor, Amberin Zaman served as The Economist's Turkey correspondent.

Read Amberin Zaman’s latest report in Al Monitor: Will Turkey’s efforts to woo Egypt yield fruit?

You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:

Egypt and Turkey hold ‘frank’ official talks, first since 2013

Turkey Seeks Saudi Arabia Talks as Part of Regional Reset

Hellenic Caucus Co-Chairs Maloney and Bilirakis Introduce Legislation to Hold Turkey Accountable for Violating the Religious Freedoms

EU commissioner floats shift on Albania membership talks

305 эпизодов