Tunisia, Egypt also reportedly dismissed potential meeting; group intended to discuss security in region has not met since 2008.
Erdogan visits Egypt Photo: AMR ABDALAH DALSH / REUTERS
Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt rejected plans to hold a meeting of NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue group, Turkey’s Hurriyet Daily News reported on Saturday. Israel is one of the Dialogue group’s seven member-nations.
The Mediterranean Dialogue group for Foreign Ministers – which also includes Algeria, Jordan, Mauritania and Morocco – has not met since 2008, according to Hurriyet.
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A Turkish official told Hurriyet that the meetings had not been held because of political problems between Israel and Arab member-nations.