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Turkey, S. Arabia agree on Syria, Egypt

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with Saudi Arabian counterpart Saud bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on Wednesday in Jeddah. Davutoglu stated that they had addressed regional issues, primarily Syria. Davutoglu said, "We have a common perspective on the chemical attack and other developments in Syria. We have decided to join our efforts on the barbarian attacks which caused a humanity tragedy and to share our joint perspective with the international community."

He added that the two countries would raise the level of their consulations about Syria.

Davutoglu said Egypt was also among the issues on the table.

"Although we differ on some ideas about the developments in Egypt, we saw that differences were not an obstacle before making a joint contribution for a solution," said Davutoglu.

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