It has been reported that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet with US President Joe Biden in person at the G-20 Leaders Summit Meeting in Rome at the end of October.
According to the information provided, President Erdogan will attend the G20 Leaders Summit to be held in Rome, the capital of Italy, at the end of October where he will meet with US President Joe Biden as part of the summit.
In said meeting issues such as relations between the two countries and the latest situation in Syria and Afghanistan will be discussed. Turkey will once again emphasize in the meeting, her discomfort regarding USA support for terrorist organization YPG/PKK and arms supplied by Washington to said organization.
The first meeting was at the NATO Summit
The two leaders had met at the NATO Leaders Summit in Belgium on Dec.14, for the first time, after Biden took office in January 2021.
Co-operation between two countries
Turkey and the USA are 2 states that have maintained good relations as partners at the international level, for many years. Although relations have been strained from time to time, cooperation in the framework of common interests has constantly developed. Turkey has always been a reliable partner of the USA in the Middle East region, in particular. Many US companies have come to Turkey to invest and start businesses.