Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met in Ankara on Monday to discuss the latest situation in the in the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip.
Fidan and Blinken held one-on-one and inter-delegation meetings at the Turkish Foreign Ministry building, as the meetings lasted for approximately 2.5 hours.
Blinken left the ministry building following the meeting and did not issue any statement.
The US secretary of state on Sunday visited to the occupied West Bank, where he met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Blinken’s surprise visit was not limited to West Bank as he also visited Iraq and Greek Cypriot administration, this was preceded by his visit to the Kingdom of Jordan last Friday to discuss the importance of protecting civilian lives and the joint commitment to facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza in a sustainable and increasing manner.