Turkey’s Erdogan goals for ‘win-win’ relationship with Biden administration, World Information
After quite a few weeks of stiff relationship with the US, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan mentioned he desires to ascertain a “win-win” relationship with Washington.
The Turkish President is hoping to decrease the fractious ties between the 2 NATO allies which were ongoing for years.
He burdened that whereas the 2 nations have their variations, “the frequent pursuits of Turkey and the US outweigh the variations”.
His assertion with a hotter tone has come days after the chief had hesitantly welcomed Biden in his new function of the US President. Nevertheless, regardless of Biden’s hardened strategy in direction of Turkey and its insurance policies, Erdogan mentioned he hopes “to bolster our cooperation with the brand new American administration on a win-win foundation”.
Biden’s administration, upon taking workplace, shortly rebuked Turkey on its homophobic stance within the nation that had led to a number of incidents of scholar demonstrations.
The US additionally urged the discharge of the outstanding civil society chief Osman Kavala.
For now, the US is hesitant concerning the first attainable handshake as the difficulty of S-400 nonetheless persists. Erdogan had purchased Russia’s S-400 missile system regardless of warnings that the acquisition can jeopardise its function within the NATO alliance. This had led to sanctions from the US on the Turkish defence business.
Lately, too, Turkey had accused Washington of supporting “terrorists” and had summoned its ambassador because the US had declined to again Ankara’s declare that PKK Kurdish “terrorists” have been accountable for the execution of 13 Turks in Iraq. Nevertheless, Washington had later accepted Ankara’s declare.
“We count on a transparent perspective from all our allies after the cowardly terrorist assault which claimed the lives of our 13 nationals,” Erdogan mentioned.
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