The White House made a statement regarding Presidential Spokesperson Kalın’s visit to the United States.
Release: 07:43 – 15 March 2023 Updated:
The White House reported that US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Turkish Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın discussed regional and global issues as well as bilateral relations.
A written statement was made by the White House regarding the meeting of Sullivan and Kalın, who met in the capital Washington on March 14. During the meeting, it was stated that Sullivan reiterated his message of condolence due to the earthquakes that occurred in Turkey, and it was noted that the USA stated that it would continue to support the people of Turkey in this process.
In the statement, it was stated that the parties discussed a number of regional and global developments as well as Turkey’s efforts to renew the Black Sea Grain Shipment Initiative and Russia’s ongoing attacks in Ukraine.
In the statement, it was noted that the sides also discussed bilateral defense cooperation with the support they gave to the ongoing negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Victoria Nuland, Undersecretary of Political Affairs of the US Department of State, also shared on Twitter about her meeting with Presidential Spokesperson Kalın.
Expressing his pleasure to meet with Kalın to offer his condolences to those affected by the earthquakes and to discuss the support given by the USA to Turkey in this process, Nuland stated that they discussed bilateral and regional cooperation as well as Sweden and Finland’s participation in NATO. (AA)
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