Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu left Dublin for Finland on Thursday, Anadolu Agency reported.
Turkish foreign minister made a 2-day visit to Ireland after 19 years and held talks with Irish officials.
Davutoglu delivered speeches at the University College Dublin, the Institute of International and European Affairs in Dublin and also addressed Irish Parliament's Joint Committee on European Affairs.
Davutoglu will attend the unofficial Lapland Foreign Ministers Meeting to be held between March 12-14 under the auspices of his Finnish counterpart Alexander Stubb.
In addition to Davutoglu, ministers of foreign affairs of Estonia, France, Italy, Sweden and Spain, as well as High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs & Security Policy Catherine Ashton will attend the gathering, a written statement from the Turkish foreign ministry said on Thursday.