Foreign Ministers of Syria, Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon Met in New York

Four of the countries involved in the Gog, Magog “alliance” are busy cementing their relationships. Turkey, up to this point, the missing piece of the puzzle, now seems to be firmly entrenched in this relationship.

New York- In the framework of continued efforts to establish a quartet cooperation council which brings together Syria, Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon, foreign Ministers of the four counties held a meeting where they had agreed to announce the following:

The tripartite meeting among Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos was held on Sunday in New York.

During the meeting, the three foreign ministers discussed coordination among the three countries regarding the supposed summit “the Union for the Mediterranean.” work to establish a solid basis to boost political dialogue, increase cultural, trade exchanges and the freedom of the movement of the individuals.

Expressing commitment to joint vision which was included in the statement issued by the quartet meeting held in Istanbul last June on boosting quartet cooperation within an institutional and multisided framework, enhancing long-term strategic partnership among the four countries through establishing a high-level quartet meeting council.

The ministers stressed that mechanism for regional cooperation will be open to friendly and sisterly countries.
They appreciated the steps made by Turkey and Lebanon to reach a free trade zone agreement which will be a main factor for achieving the participation of the two countries.

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