A trilateral meeting between the foreign ministers of Turkey, Iran, and Afghanistan was held in Antalya, Turkey on Sunday, reports Anadolu Agency.
"Started last day of Antalya Diplomacy Forum with a trilateral meeting with Javad Zarif and Haneef Atmar," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu tweeted.
Afghan Foreign Minister Haneef Atmar described the meeting as "first & very successful." In a tweet, he termed it a "crucial mechanism" to coordinate combined efforts for peace, security, counter-terrorism, and economic cooperation.
Separately, Cavusoglu also met the foreign ministers of Pakistan, Guinea Bissau, and Nigeria, among other leaders.
The three-day Antalya Diplomacy Forum brought together political leaders, diplomats, opinion makers, and academics.
Speaking at the closing speech of the high-level event, Cavusoglu said it was one of the first and biggest international events during the coronavirus pandemic.
Topics ranging from the Balkans, the future of Europe, trans-Atlantic relations, refugees and migrants, and the threat of terrorism were discussed and debated.