Second day at the G20 Summit: Intense diplomatic traffic from President Erdoğan

The 18th G20 Leaders Summit held in New Delhi, the capital of India, continues on its second and last day.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan met with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in New Delhi, the capital of India, where he was for the G20 Leaders Summit.

Erdoğan then met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Es-Sisi.

In the statement made by the Presidential Communications Directorate regarding the meeting, the following statements were made:

“During the meeting, bilateral relations between Turkey and Egypt, increasing trade volume, new cooperation in the field of energy, and regional and global issues were also discussed.

President Erdoğan pointed out that relations have entered a new era with mutual ambassador appointments and expressed his belief that bilateral relations will reach the level they deserve as soon as possible.

Emphasizing that the support given by the Egyptian administration to Turkish investors and companies is important, President Erdoğan underlined that they also attach importance to revitalizing cooperation in the fields of LNG, nuclear energy, culture and education.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Hakan Fidan, MİT President İbrahim Kalın, Director of Communications Fahrettin Altun, Chief Foreign Policy and Security Advisor to the President Akif Çağatay Kılıç and Chief Advisor to the President Sefer Turan were also present at the meeting.”

After the meeting with Sisi, Erdoğan also met with the President of the European Council, Charles Michel.

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