President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis pledged to keep up the optimistic environment concerning bilateral relations on the sidelines of the 78th session of the U.N. Common Meeting in New York on Wednesday.
Each leaders expressed dedication to maintain the continuing optimistic environment between Greece and Türkiye, sources mentioned.
The assembly was held closed to the press.
Erdoğan addressed the UNGA on Tuesday, highlighting varied international points, together with the continuing Russia-Ukraine warfare, the Karabakh battle, the Cyprus situation, anti-Muslim hatred and extra.
Overseas Minister Hakan Fidan met his Greek counterpart, George Gerapetritis, on Tuesday to debate the assembly between the Turkish and Greek leaders.
Türkiye and Greece, two neighboring nations, have had a historical past of strained relations for many years, with persistent points regardless of enhancements noticed in 2021.
Türkiye, a NATO member for greater than 70 years, has expressed its objections to Greece’s actions within the area in recent times, together with the arming of islands close to Turkish shores, that are demilitarized underneath treaty obligations. Ankara has argued that such actions undermine its honest efforts to advertise peace.