Turkish leader to visit New York for 76th UN General Assembly
(MENAFN) On Sunday, Sep. 20 Tukrish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit New York, where he will be present and speak at 2021 UN General Assembly.
"I will emphasize Turkey's strong support for multilateralism and the goal of establishing a fairer world order,” the president stated during his speech to the UN official.
Turkey has long supported a more representative UN Security Council – one bigger than its five existing permanent members – employing the slogan, “The world is bigger than five.”
Erdogan said to reporters at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul: “I will share our views on key issues on the UN's agenda. From the General Assembly podium, I will express our approach to the challenges that threaten all humanity."
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