Türkiye to play critical role at European Political Community Summit

2023-09-30 15:03:44 | Last Update : 2023-09-30 15:17:35

The third round of the European Political Community Summit (EPC) will be held in Spain on October 5. At the summit, which TurkishPresident Recep Tayyip Erdogan will attend, Türkiye will once again be the center of attention on global issues such as developments in the Caucasus, the war in Ukraine, and the grain crisis.

Türkiye to play critical role at European Political Community Summit
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The third summit of the European Political Community (EPC), the first of which was held in Prague in October last year with the participation of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will be held on October 5 in Granada, Spain. One of the most important agenda items of the summit will be the latest situation in the Caucasus.

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian will meet in Spain’s Granada following Azerbaijan's anti-terrorist operation.


At the first summit, which President Erdogan is expected to attend, Türkiye was one of the most prominent countries thanks to its critical role in ending the Russian-Ukrainian war and its successful foreign policy.

Türkiye will once again be in the spotlight to make the grain corridor functional again.


The European Union (EU) reported that representatives of Azerbaijan, Armenia, France, and Germany met in Brussels and discussed concrete steps to advance the normalization process at a possible future meeting.

 Aliyev and Pashinian met in a trilateral meeting in Brussels on May 14 and held a five-way meeting with the participation of French President Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz at the European Political Community (EPC) Summit in Moldova on June 1.

In Granada, the meeting between Aliyev and Pashinian will be under close scrutiny. The idea of an AST was first raised by French President Emmanuel Macron in his speech in Strasbourg in May 2022. In addition to the Russia-Ukraine war, economic, migration, energy, and security issues are expected to be discussed at the Granada AST.

Source: Anadolu Agency

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