Brussels: Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and US President Joe Biden called the first meeting in Dobdo a positive and sincere conversation and said that talks on various issues would continue between the officials of the two countries.
According to the World News Agency, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan met US President Joe Biden for the first time during the NATO Summit in Brussels. The two-hour meeting, which lasted an hour, discussed the dispute over F-35 fighter jets and the issue of Afghanistan.
In a brief conversation with the media after the meeting, US President Joe Biden described the talks as “very positive and welcome” and said that talks between our top government officials would continue and that progress in the talks between the two countries would continue.
On the occasion, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan described the meeting with Joe Biden as a sincere effort and fruitful and said that despite months of enmity between the two countries, there is no issue that cannot be resolved.
The Turkish President called for the restoration of years-old friendship with the United States, adding that cooperation with Biden on regional issues has been covered in the broader talks, on which the delegations of the two countries will continue talks.
It should be noted that before the meeting, the Turkish President had offered to maintain peace and stability in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of US troops and the security of Kabul Airport, saying that the United States could trust Turkey on these issues.