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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to visit Türkiye, President Erdoğan says


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Published September 21,2023


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will go to Türkiye, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan stated on Thursday.

“I told him (Netanyahu), ‘We are expecting you first, and then I will pay a visit to Israel with my delegation’, and we agreed on that,” Erdoğan advised reporters throughout his go to to New York.

“We will start energy drilling work with Israel. Not only will we begin operating energy transmission lines to Türkiye, but also from Türkiye to Europe,” he added.

On Tuesday, Erdoğan met with Netanyahu on the Turkish House in New York on the sidelines of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly and mentioned a spread of points together with bilateral ties and the Israeli-Palestinian battle.

“Currently, we (Türkiye and Israel) have a total trade volume of $9.5 billion. We reached an agreement to increase this trade volume from $9.5 billion to a minimum of $15 billion in the first phase,” the Turkish president stated.

Erdoğan stated additionally they mentioned what they will do collectively in worldwide politics.

“We talked about the benefits of establishing a mechanism in which our ministers can participate to increase cooperation in various fields between the two countries,” he added.It is feasible for the 2 nations to work collectively to determine new collaborations in areas corresponding to power, tourism, and know-how, Erdoğan stated.


Erdoğan stated each Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and he share the identical method to distracting the “distressed air” within the Aegean area.

Concerning the Thessaloniki summit, he emphasised that it’s Ankara’s high precedence.

“Thessaloniki summit will be an important leap” in bilateral relations between the 2 nations, he underlined.

He additionally famous that the Greek and Turkish overseas ministers will make the required preparations for the summit to be held on Dec. 7.

Both nations have skilled pure disasters these days, Erdoğan stated, including that they’ve been a very powerful think about bringing Türkiye and Greece nearer collectively by way of lending a serving to hand when wanted.

High-level contacts, which seem like growing, have additionally supported the optimistic ambiance between Ankara and Athens, he highlighted.

Expressing hope that the Thessaloniki summit will add extra gas to the growing relations, the Turkish president stated each nations must keep away from steps and discourses that will hurt the “trust environment.”

“We have to take steps together” for this course of to progress with peace, he added.

Source: www.anews.com.tr

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