Ahead of the talks in Kuwait on Thursday, Cavusoglu told a press conference that he will travel to the holy city of Mecca on Friday for talks with Saudi King Salman.
“Although the kingdom is a party in this crisis, we know that King Salman is a party in resolving it,” the Turkish minister said.
“We want to hear the views of Saudi Arabia regarding possible solutions and will share with them our views in a transparent way … We pay a great attention to our relations with them,” he said.
Cavusoglu held talks on Wednesday with Qatar’s emir and foreign minister.
The Turkish foreign minister said Qatari officials believe they are not the cause of the current crisis and want to know the claims of the four countries.
“We are trying hard to prevent any escalation and find a quick solution to the crisis … Resolving the crisis is not through taking [boycott] decisions but through dialogue,” Cavusoglu said.