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23 February 2020


Merkel and Erdogan to meet in Istanbul

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel will hold talks in Istanbul with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, German government spokesman Steffen Seibert stated at a briefing.

Axar.az informs that, according to Seibert, Merkel would travel to Istanbul on January 24.

"At the end of his visit to Davos (January 23 - Ed.), the Chancellor will leave for Istanbul on Friday, January 24. There will be talks with Turkish President Erdoğan," Seibert said.

The visit program includes the opening of a new German-Turkish University campus together with Erdoğan, and meetings with representatives of business and civil society, he added.

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2020.01.17 / 23:56
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