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A group of Turkish officials, including intelligence agency chief Hakan Fidan, are in Syria for talks on the unrest and reforms in Syria, officials said on Thursday.

A group of Turkish officials, including intelligence agency chief Hakan Fidan, are in Syria for talks on the unrest and reforms in Syria, officials said on Thursday.

Turkish officials met with Syrian counterparts early in the day to get informed about the recent unrest in Syria going on over the past two months.

The group includes Hakan Fidan, head of Turkish Intelligence Agency (MIT) and Kemal Madenoglu, Undersecretary of State Planning Organization (DPT).

Turkish officials will express Turkey’s support to implementation of reforms that have been recently announced by the Syrian government, officials said.

Syrian media reports said that Turkish delegation includes experts from DPT and that Syria would benefit from Turkey’s experiences to speed up reforms.

Media reports added that Turkey approved a 180 million Euro Eximbank loan for Syria last week. AA

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