Erdogan met with Orban

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban within the framework of the NATO summit held in Washington, USA.

Axar.az reports that the Communications Department of the Presidential Administration of Turkiye released a news about this.

It was noted that the leaders discussed bilateral relations between the countries, Turkiye's entry into the EU, as well as regional and global problems.

During the meeting, President Erdogan said that the Turkish side continues its peace efforts to end the Russian-Ukrainian war and Israel's attacks on the Gaza Strip.

The importance of strengthening efforts by the international community to establish peace in these regions was emphasized.

The Turkish leader also noted that Ankara hopes to support the intensification of Turkiye's accession to the European Union and the development of relations with the EU during Hungary's presidency.

2024.07.10 / 10:25
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