During official visit to Lebanon, Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that Turkey is ready to contribute in establishment of overwhelming peace on Middle East and cooperate with all parties and countries of the region in this sphere, Asharq al-Awsat Arabic newspaper said.
"We hope that Turkey will play constructive and positive role to establish stability and turn Middle East in the region of stability and flourishing," Davutoglu said in Beirut.
Minister said that Turkey considers honor to cooperate with all concerned sides to establish peace, including Lebanon, as well as participate in indirect Syrian-Israeli talks.
Turkey mediated in five rounds of indirect talks between Syria and Israel. But talks were broken after Israel invaded in the Gaza strip late December.
In Beirut Davutoglu held meeting with Lebanese President Michel Suleiman, speaker of the parliament Nabih Berri and head of parliamentary majority Sa'ad al-Hariri charged to form the government. Turkish foreign minister visited Turkish battalion south of Lebanon joining UN peaceful mission.
Regarding to development of Syrian-Lebanese relations, Davutoglu said that Turkey agrees with positive role of Damascus and establishment of diplomatic relations between two Arabic neighbors.
"Ankara is ready to assist to solve border problem between Syria and Lebanon as it is important issue not only for Syria and Lebanon but for Turkey," he said.
Diplomatic relations between Damascus and Beirut improved in 2008. Before, Lebanese pro-western parties accused Syrian leadership in interference in internal affairs of the country.