During his meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that many developing countries need support due to the epidemic, “The world is facing a crisis. He said that efforts should be made for developing countries as well. ”
Erdogan met Trudeau on the phone the day before. According to information, Erdogan sent condolences to Trudeau about the death of 23 people in the armed attacks in Nova Scotia, Canada. Trudeau thanked Erdogan, stating that Canadians are in solidarity.
The problem is international
Erdogan and Trudeau also discussed the development and joint work on the Kovid-19 outbreak. Erdogan stated that many developing countries need support due to the epidemic, “The world is facing a crisis. Nobody can only think of the interests of their own country. Efforts need to be made both in developing countries and in places where there is no possibility. The problem is not national but international. ” Erdogan and Trudeau also agreed to collaborate on this issue.
In the meeting, which emphasized the importance of international cooperation in order to accelerate the development of vaccines and treatment in the fight against coronavirus, it is evaluated that joint efforts and issues can be addressed in the fight against coronavirus through the leadership of Canada through “Covid-19 Ministerial Coordination Group”. It focused. Emphasizing that the protection of the supply chains necessary to combat coronavirus is vital, the two leaders also noted the need to keep supply chains open for medical equipment and other critical materials.
Met with Merkel
President Erdogan met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday on the phone. According to the statement made by the Presidency of Communication, in the meeting, cooperation opportunities, bilateral relations and regional issues regarding the steps to be taken against the Kovid-19 outbreak and the post-epidemic period were discussed. Erdogan also met with Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamed Al Thani on the phone yesterday. Kovid-19, bilateral relations and regional issues were discussed at the meeting.