Turkey's Erdogan Calls On NATO To Cooperate with Ankara in Combating Terrorism
Turkish President Recep Erdogan has called on NATO to cooperate with Ankara in combating terrorism, reported BNT.
NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly is taking place in Istanbul. Erdogan stated that Turkey represents a barrier between terrorist organisations and the rest of the world, mostly Europe.
“Let us fortify this barrier instead of weakening it,” said Erdogan who has a meeting with NATO’s Secretary General Stoltenberg on Monday.
According to a sociological survey, cited by the Turkish Akşam newspaper, 64% of Turkish people say “no” to the European Union.
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