Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday it was impossible for Turkey to send combat troops to Afghanistan, but Turkey would keep training Afghan army. Davutoglu and Bosnia-Herzegovina's Foreign Minister Sven Alkalaj held a joint press conference in Brussels after the meeting of NATO foreign ministers. Davutoglu said that Alkalaj and he launched several diplomatic initiatives for Bosnia-Herzegovina to be included in NATO membership action plan. The membership action plan was of great importance for the future of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Balkans, he said. Turkey's efforts have been supported by 15 NATO member states especially Hungary, Spain and Norway, Davutoglu said. Alkalaj thanked Davutoglu for his efforts and said they reached their goals with the decisions made in the meeting of NATO. Later Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoglu left Brussels for Turkey. AA Share this: Di̇ğer Haberler Erdogan Backs Qatar Against Demands By Gulf States US Muslims Launch App To Accurately Report Hate Crime Turkey, Most Muslim Countries Start Eid Al-Fitr On Sunday Turkey To Thwart All Regional Plots: Erdogan US To See First Coast-To-Coast Total Solar Eclipse In 99 Years On August 21 'Turkey Would Not Allow State In Northern Syria'