Turkish President Erdogan to visit Egypt, United Arab Emirates

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will hold bilateral meetings with the United Arab Emirates and Egypt on Feb.12-13 and 14

Turkish President Erdogan to visit Egypt, United Arab Emirates

In response to repeated invitations, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will hold bilateral meetings with  the United Arab Emirates on Feb. 12–13, and then to the Arab Republic of Egypt on Feb. 14, according to the Turkish Ministry of Communication.

On Feb. 13, President Erdogan will be an honored guest at the World Government Summit in Dubai, which will focus on "Shaping the Governments of the Future." The summit intends to bring together members of think tanks, academics, business leaders from across the world, international organizations, state and government authorities, and the private sector. President Erdogan will give the keynote address during the meeting.

On the fringes of the summit, President Erdogan is also anticipated to have one-on-one discussions with counterparts from participating nations, such as the President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Discussions about strengthening ties between Egypt and Türkiye and reviving high-level bilateral cooperation structures will be the main topics of his visit to Cairo. In addition to bilateral concerns, discussions will also address current regional and international challenges, such as the most recent Israeli attacks in Gaza and the occupied Palestinian territories.

Source: Newsroom

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