President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the context of the G20 Leaders' Summit in Germany. The interview lasted about 1 hour. Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlüt Çavu?o?lu, Minister of Economy Nihat Zeybekci, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Berat Albayrak, MIT Undersecretary Hakan Fidan and Deputy Secretary General of the Presidency and ?brahim Kal?n, the spokesperson of the Presidency, also participated in the talks. Erdogan pointed out the positive results provided by the Turkish-Russian relations in the region, "I really believe that the region's people, as an example to the world, will be exemplary ... Expectations are high, of course, especially among us. "REGIONAL EXPECTATIONS ARE VERY HIGH" Erdogan, both economic relations, both in tourism and in the defense industry, is used as an example. Emphasized that these developments would bring Turkey-Russia relations to a much stronger position. President Erdogan said, "All of the above, of course, Syria, Iraq, the expectations in the region related to it are very high.I thank you in the name of my person and the nationality that you have so far put in my mind that we do not meet. > Putin, who is at the meeting, evaluates the relations between Turkey and Russia, "Thanks to the efforts put in recent years, relations between Turkey and Russia have come to an important point. Many problems have been solved. " Used expressions. Putin emphasized that the situation in the region has improved thanks to the efforts of President Erdogan in Syria. "With the role of Turkey, the situation in Syria has been getting better, and there has been a significant distance from the fight against terrorism." Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Kremlin Spokesman Dimitriy Peskov, Kremlin Foreign Policy Adviser Yuriy U?akov, Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak and Economic Development Minister Maksim Oreskin attended the meeting between President Erdogan and Putin.
Erdogan talks about Putin ended
President Erdo?an's meeting with Russia's President Putin ended in the context of the G20 Leaders' Summit in Germany. The interview lasted about 1 hour.
08 Temmuz 2017 Cumartesi 03:48