Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu will attend, on Monday, the meeting of the foreign ministers of the EU Member States (Foreign Affairs Council), which will take place in Luxembourg.
The "Philia (Friendship) Forum" that brought together in Athens four Mediterranean states (Cyprus, Egypt, France and Greece) and three Gulf states (Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) on Thursday apparently touched a raw nerve in Turkey, which reacted with a strongly worded statement by Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias On Friday met with his Iraqi counterpart Fuad Hussein in Athens.
In a tweet, Dendias said the aim of the visit was "to further strengthen bilateral relations and discuss ways to advance broader regional cooperation."
No more details were immediately available about the meeting.
Turkey's top diplomat held a series of telephone calls on Feb. 8 with counterparts from three countries.
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu called his Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein to discuss bilateral relations and regional developments, according to Turkish sources.
He separately spoke with Tunisia's Othman Jerandi in a call that focused on recent development in Libya.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi will pay a one-day official visit to Ankara to discuss economy and security matters with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as the central government in Baghdad and the regional government in Arbil have launched a joint effort to wipe out the PKK and other terror groups from the Sinjar region of Iraq.
Iraqi Finance Minister Fuad Hussein met with Turkish counterpart Berat Albayrak on Jan. 23 on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland's Davos.
A group from Prime Minister Ahmet Davuto?lu's inner circle will pay a visit Arbil, the capital of Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), in order to attend meetings to discuss the ongoing peace process, according to a report in pro-government daily Yeni ?afak.
The two leading Iraqi Kurdish parties have been removed from the United States terrorist list, a senior U.S. official has announced.
The Kurdistan Democratic Union (KDP) and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) have been recognized as Tier III terrorist group under the Patriot Act of the U.S. since 2001, although both organizations are long-time U.S. allies.