"If we work hand in hand, Turkey may become the center of peace and tranquility in its region in the next 10 years," Bagis said.
Bagis took the floor at "Security and Development Policies Institute", and at a meeting where journalists, representatives of think-tank organizations and politicians attended and briefed them about the developments in Turkey and relations with the EU.
Releasing a statement after the talks, Bagis said the decisions made related with the Armenian allegations in the congress of Social Democrat Party in Sweden regarding 1915 incidents offended Turkish people.
"I hope the decisions in question would not be passed from the Swedish Parliament," Bagis said.
Bagis later proceeded to Swedish Parliament and met Swedish Parliament's Foreign Affairs Commission Chairman Goran Lennmark.
Lennmark extended support to Turkey's EU bid and noted that Turkey's membership to the EU would be in the interests of both parties. He also eulogized Turkey's reforms.
Bagis is expected to attend a lunch to be hosted by International Development Cooperation Minister Gunilla Carlsson and later have a tete-a-tete meeting with Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt.