President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met, on Monday, with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, in the Belgian capital, Brussels, on the sidelines of the NATO Leaders Summit.
The closed meeting between the two leaders lasted 52 minutes, according to the Anatolia correspondent.
He also met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in a closed-door meeting that lasted 25 minutes, at NATO headquarters.
The President will then hold a bilateral meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The NATO summit kicks off on Monday, with the participation of leaders and leaders of the alliance’s 30 countries.
Among the most important items of the summit, discussing the future of the alliance, drawing the NATO roadmap for 10 years, as well as relations with Russia and China, climate change, and cyber threats.
President Erdoğan will participate in the summit at the head of a high-ranking Turkish delegation, which includes, in particular, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, Defense Hulusi Akar, head of the Communications Department of the Presidency of the Republic Fahrettin Altun, Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, Justice, and Development Party Spokesman Omer Celik and Head of the Turkish delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly NATO Osman Ashkin Buck.