Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar met with British Defense Minister Ben Wallace in Ankara the previous evening, Haberler reports.
During the meeting, the interlocutors discussed "the importance of fighting terrorism," referring to supporters of preacher Fethullah Gulen and the Kurdistan Workers' Party.
Akar and Wallace reportedly held face-to-face talks followed by talks involving delegations from both countries.
"During the meeting, which included an exchange of views on NATO and regional defense, security and defense industry cooperation, especially in Ukraine, Minister Akar said that relations between Turkey and Britain continue in all areas on the basis of a strategic partnership.
At the meeting between Akar and Wallace it was also noted that cooperation in the field of military training will expand, the media reported.