Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday that he will discuss all disagreements between Turkey and Greece in a meeting with his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias in Ankara.
He also said that it was important for the NATO allies to maintain dialogue.
Speaking in an interview on broadcaster NTV, Cavusoglu also said maritime demarcation talks between Greece and Libya were not unusual.
On Tuesday, Greece and Libya agreed to hold talks on marking out their maritime zones in the Mediterranean, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said after a meeting with the president of the Libyan Presidential Council, Mohamed al-Menfi.
In a statement after the meeting, Mitsotakis also said the two leaders “agreed on the immediate resumption of talks between Greece and Libya on the delimitation of the maritime zones”.
Libya’s new unity government took office on March 16, succeeding two warring administrations that had ruled eastern and western regions during a decade of violent chaos since the overthrow of autocratic leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Mitsotakis said Athens aimed to reset relations with Libya, which were soured by the Tripoli government’s signing a maritime boundary accord in 2019 with Turkey, Greece‘s regional rival.
The issue has fed into tensions between Athens and Ankara over territorial and energy issues in the eastern Mediterranean that brought the two NATO allies close to armed conflict last year.