Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed on Sunday with his US counterpart Joe Biden to form a joint mechanism to strengthen and develop relations between the two countries.
A statement issued by the Turkish Presidency Communication Department stated that Erdogan and Biden held a meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Rome, Italy.
The statement pointed out that the meeting took place in a positive atmosphere and dealt with bilateral relations and regional issues.
He explained that the two leaders expressed their common will to further enhance and develop bilateral relations between the two countries, and agreed to form a joint mechanism in this regard.
He added that the two sides discussed the steps that will be taken within the framework of a common perspective to increase the volume of trade exchange between the two countries
The statement pointed out that Erdogan and Biden stressed the importance of the alliance’s relationship within the framework of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
They also welcomed the mutual steps in the climate change file.