President Recep Tayyip Erdogan delivered a speech at the NATO Summit held in Cardiff, Wales, sharing his insights for Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Crimea, Syria and Iraq, Turkish TV channel TRT reported.
Erdogan said they expect the announcement of election results in Afghanistan as soon as possible, adding that even after ISAF mission ends in the country, Turkey will not leave brotherly Afghan nation to its fate.
President Erdogan told NATO-Ukraine Commission meeting, held at the level of presidents and heads of state that Turkey will continue to support efforts to ensure Ukraine's political independence, territorial integrity, sovereignty and national unity.
Reminding that Turkey will not recognize Crimea's illegal annexation, Erdogan also pointed out that measures to be taken in the area should not isolate Crimean Tatar Turks.
NATO should fulfill its promises to Azerbaijan, and the settlement of Nagorno-Karabakh issue must be considered in the scope of Azerbaijan's territorial integrity, Erdogan said.
Regarding Syria and Iraq, Turkish President said resolved steps must be taken against the violent atmosphere threatening regional security and stability.