Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu had a joint meeting with Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic and Bosnian Foreign Minister Sven Alkalaj in Istanbul late Sunday. Following the meeting, Davutoglu spoke to reporters and recalled that such a meeting was made on October 10 as well. "We decided to get together once every month to have talks," Davutoglu said. "We will meet in Sarajevo next month, and we will be in Belgrade in January." Davutoglu said Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia aimed at intensified relations among each other to maintain peace and stability in the Balkans. "As the three foreign ministers, we are also ready to contribute to reform process in Bosnia-Herzegovina," Davutoglu said. AA Share this: Di̇ğer Haberler EU Angered Over Trump's NATO And Brexit Remarks Turkey Passes Last Article Of Constitutional Change At Least 37 Killed After ACT Airlines Cargo Jet Crashes In Kyrgyzstan Gülenist Twitter Account ‘Fuat Avni’ Revealed Rhythm Of The Bosporus: Istanbul's Ferry Musicians 'Turkey's Acts Amid Syrian War Are Lesson in Humanity'