Erdogan and Pence meeting in Ankara lasted more than 1.5 hours

ANKARA -The meeting between Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and US Vice President Michael Pence in a tete-a-tete format ended on Thursday in Ankara. This was reported to journalists in the office of the Turkish leader.

Erdogan met Pence at the Presidential Palace in the Beştepe Metropolitan area; the meeting lasted more than 1.5 hours.

Statements on the results of the negotiations have not been made now. As expected, their main theme was to be Turkey’s operation “Source of peace” in Syria.

The American delegation, led by Pence, arrived on a visit to Turkey to convince the leadership of the Republic to stop the operation. The delegation also includes US Secretary of state Michael Pompeo, national security aide Robert O’Brien and US special representative for Syria James Jeffrey.

Author: Flyn Braun
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