The latter will meet with US President Joe Biden during his contacts on the sidelines of the NATO Summit, said Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, saying they would have the opportunity to talk about their relations. The Turkish President said that before the American President he will also meet with the British Prime Minister, the French President and the German Chancellor, while he did not mention his meeting with the Greek Prime Minister.
Speaking to Turkish journalists after the inauguration of a mosque in Istanbul, the Turkish President said of the NATO summit that “in this Summit on the agenda will be what we did as NATO countries, what we do and what we will do ”.
“Turkey is a strong country in the top five. We will have the opportunity to discuss Turkey-US relations with Biden. We will also have a meeting with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Mr. Johnson, the French President, Macron, the German Chancellor, Merkel, and the Prime Minister of Lithuania, as well as other bilateral contacts. We will put our issues there. We will make statements to the press there as well. “Our last meeting will be with Biden,” the Turkish president said.
According to the Turkish President, he will then go to Azerbaijan. “I will meet with my brother Ilham Aliyev in Susa and sign a contract as two countries. “It will be a comprehensive contract,” he said.
In another question, the Turkish President said that he would discuss with the French President Macron the positive and negative aspects of their relations, while he said that the issue of Armenia would also be raised at the summit.
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