German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu enjoyed a walk together outside the government guest house Villa Borsig in Berlin on Tuesday.
At the end of their stroll around the grounds, the pair had to help up a photographer who had fallen over while trying to get shots of them.
The walk came after the two spoke to the press, giving statements on the situation in Syria, Tourism, and a recent Turkish extradition request of Syrian Kurdish leader Saleh Muslim.
The call for extradition comes days after a Czech court denied a similar extradition request to Turkey, and released Muslim from police custody in Prague.
Muslim is wanted for his alleged involvement in a car bomb attack in March 2016 in Ankara, which killed 36 people. He currently has a $1 million (€813,000) bounty on his head.