President Recep Tayyip Erdoan’s one-week tour, which started with the 22nd State Ministerial Summit of the Shanghai Union in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, on September 15, ended with the 77th United Nations General Assembly meetings in New York. Erdoan held a meeting with President of Azerbaijan Iham Aliyev and Babakan ahbaz erif of Pakistan in ulat Samarkand on September 15. Visiting the “Eternal City” complex, Erdoan had a conversation with Russian Minister of State Vladimir Putin, President of Iran Abraham, President of Azerbaijan Iham Aliyev, President of Tajikistan Mali Rahman, President of Belarus Alexander Lukaenko and other leaders. The next day, Erdoan held bilateral meetings with the Minister of State Cinping, the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, the President of Uzbekistan Evket Mirziyoyev, the Russian Minister of State Vladimir Putin and the President of Iran Ibrahim.
YOUN TRAK IN USA
President Erdoan, within the scope of the 77th General Assembly of the UN, King Abdullah II, Minister of the Libyan Ministerial Council Muhammed El-Menfi, Minister of the Yemeni Ministerial Council Read Muhammed El-Alimi, President of Guatemala Alejandro Eduardo Giammattei Falla, Prime Minister of Georgia Rakli Garibavili, Father of Germany Olaf Scholz , Israel Babakan Yair Lapid met with Japan Babakan Kiida Fumio at Trkevi. Erdoan had a telephone conversation with the Ukrainian State Minister Zelensky. At the UN Headquarters, he held a meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, President of Finland Sauli Niinist and President of Kyrgyzstan Sadr Caparov and Father Pedro Sanchez of Spain. Erdoan also received FIFA Minister Gianni Infantino at Trkevi. Erdoan held a meeting with TRNC President Ersin Tatar, Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen, and Polish President Andrezj Duda. Erdoan also met with British Prime Minister Liz Truss and Lebanon Babakan Necip Mikati. Erdoan, who came together at the roundtable meeting with some US think tanks organized by SETA, also received US senators Lindsey Graham, Chris Coons and James Risch.
NEW YORK TIMES TO ERDOAN VG: SAVAIN LIFTS GLOBAL DAMAGE
The US-based New York Times (NYT) newspaper spoke about the role played by President Recep Tayyip Erdoan in the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Erdoan’s emphasis was placed on mitigating the global impact of the savannah by maintaining a close relationship with Putin. While the news drew attention to Erdoan’s diplomatic efforts and success, it was stated that Macron had contacted Putin for months but had no success.