Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan leaves Poland for Turkey


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan left the Polish city of Zyszow, to which he came from Ukrainian Lviv, to return to Turkey.


On Thursday evening, the Turkish President concluded his visit to Lviv, which he conducted at the invitation of his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, and presented it to Zhisov.

The plane carrying the Turkish president took off from Zhiszof International Airport on Thursday evening, bound for Turkey.

He was seen off at Zyszow International Airport by the Polish regional governor Radoslaw Witter and the Turkish ambassador to Warsaw Cengiz Kamil Firat.


Earlier on Thursday, President Erdogan held a tripartite summit with Zelensky and United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at Potochki Palace in the Ukrainian city of Lviv to discuss developments in the war between Ukraine and Russia.

Erdogan was accompanied on the visit by Foreign Ministers  Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Energy and Natural Resources Fatih Donmez, Defense Hulusi Akar, Agriculture and Forestry Vahid Kirceci and Trade Mehmet Muş.


He is also accompanied by intelligence chief Hakan Fidan, head of the communications department Fakhruddin Altun, presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, defense industry chief Ismail Demir, AKP spokesman Omar Celik and general manager of Baykar Defense Industries Khaluk Bayraktar.