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Turkey is optimistic about the outlook for a meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and U.S. President Joe Biden at a NATO summit on June 14.
Axar.az reports citing Turkish media that Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavushoghlu stated this.
Ankara is approaching the talks “with a positive agenda” and it is getting the same messages from Washington, Cavushoghlu told the state-run TRT television in an interview on Wednesday.
“We see that the U.S. wants to cooperate with us not only on the issues of Syria and Libya, but also in many areas from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea and the Caucasus,” Cavushoghlu said.
Biden is meeting with Erdoğan during a historic low point in bilateral ties rooted in disagreements over policy on Syria, Libya, the eastern Mediterranean and Turkey’s acquisition of S-400 air defence missiles from Russia.
2021.06.10 / 13:14