Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived at dawn today, Tuesday, on an official visit to the United Arab Emirates, which also includes visiting Egypt.
Upon arriving at Dubai International Airport, Erdogan was welcomed by UAE Minister of Economy, Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri, Turkey's Ambassador to Abu Dhabi, Turgay Tuncer and other officials.
Anatolia Agency reported that Erdogan will attend the World Government Summit held in Dubai as a guest of honor under the slogan “Foreshadowing future governments.”
Erdogan is expected to meet UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and will also meet with leaders of countries participating in the summit.
Erdogan is also accompanied on his visit by Foreign Affairs Minister Hakan Fidan, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Alp Arslan Baykartar, Treasury and Finance Mehmet Simsek, Defense Yasar Güler, Health Fahrettin Koca, Industry and Technology Mehmet Fatih Kaser and Trade Omer Polat.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Cairo next Wednesday to develop relations between Turkey and Egypt and activate high-level bilateral cooperation mechanisms, the Turkish Presidency's communications department said in a statement. pic.twitter.com/bbYwL7aXpl
– Monitoring Network (@RassdNewsN) 11 February 2024
The Turkish President announced yesterday, Monday, that Erdogan will visit Egypt on Wednesday at the invitation of his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Erdogan said in a speech broadcast on Turkish television yesterday, Monday, that the Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip would top the agenda of his talks with his Egyptian counterpart on Wednesday, adding, “We will discuss a variety of issues, including the economy, trade.” do.” , tourism, energy and defence, with Mr Sisi.
Erdogan's visit tomorrow will be his first to Egypt since Ankara and Cairo raised the level of their ties last year by appointing two ambassadors.