President Recep Tayyip Erdogan received Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Turkish House (Turkevi) in New York. During the meeting, international and regional issues, political and economic relations between the two countries, and the latest developments in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict were discussed. The two leaders, who met face to face for the first time, stated that they could work together in the fields of energy, technology, innovation, artificial intelligence, and cyber security and said that they should work together for a world where peace prevails.
Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Alparslan Bayraktar, Justice and Development Party (AK Party), which is the ruling party in Türkiye, Spokesperson Omer Celik, Head of National Intelligence (MIT) Ibrahim Kalin, Presidential Communications Director Fahrettin Altun, and Presidential Advisor on Foreign Policy and Security Akif Cagatay Kilic accompanied President Erdogan at the meeting.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan meeting with Israeli Prime Minister at Turkish House in New York.
"We held a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu within the scope of our UN 78th General Assembly (UNGA) contacts. May our consultations be auspicious for our country and our region," President Erdogan said in a statement made on his social media account after the meeting.
Source: Anadolu Agency