Trump and Erdogan discussed the fight against coronavirus

The two leaders also touched upon some regional and bilateral issues in their telephone conversation.

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday spoke by phone with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, according to the press service of the White house.

The two leaders discussed efforts to combat coronavirus in the United States and Turkey and agreed to work closely together as part of an international campaign to contain the spread of the virus and strengthen the global economy.

According to the White House, Trump and Erdogan also discussed important regional and bilateral issues. Both leaders noted that today it is more important than ever that countries where conflicts are taking place, especially Syria and Libya, adhere to the ceasefire and strive for a settlement.

Author: Flyn Braun
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