U.S. President Joe Biden “might properly” meet President of Türkiye
Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the NATO summit this week to debate
Turkey’s issues about bids by Sweden and Finland to affix the
alliance, U.S. nationwide safety adviser Jake Sullivan mentioned on
studies citing Day by day Sabah.
“Nothing is scheduled in the meanwhile, however they could very properly have
the chance to see each other on the NATO Summit. Let’s have a look at
how the subsequent 24 hours unfold,” Sullivan instructed reporters in Germany.
The summit is about to start on Tuesday.
Sullivan mentioned he was not suggesting all points concerned could be
resolved by the NATO summit in Madrid later this week however mentioned the
aim was to “attempt to resolve as a lot of them as doable in order that
Madrid provides a lift to their candidacies even when there stay some
issues on the a part of Türkiye.”
“There’s a flurry of diplomatic exercise occurring,” he