U.S., Turkey talk about 'strength of' relations, future 'opportunities'
(MENAFN) On Friday, Sep. 17 the State Department reported that Senior US and Turkish diplomats talked about the current "strength of the U.S.-Turkey relationship and opportunities to deepen cooperation."
Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal convened in the course of 2021 US-Turkey High-Level Political Dialogue.
State Department spokesperson Ned Price stated in a report: "following Deputy Secretary Sherman’s meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister Önal, Under Secretary for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland and the Turkish delegation discussed regional issues, including Afghanistan, Syria, and Libya."
The bilateral gatherings come after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's first face-to-face with US President Joe Biden during June.
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