PM Modi meets Turkey’s Erdogan in Japan over anti-terror, defence ties

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and held talks on a host of key issues.

According to Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, the two leaders’ discussions focused on trade and investment, defence, counter-terrorism, IT and civil aviation.

“The interactions in Osaka continue. A productive meeting with President @RTErdogan on the sidelines of the #G20 Summit. Both leaders talked about the strong development partnership between India and Turkey,” the Prime Minister’s Office said in a tweet.

The two leaders, who are in Osaka, Japan, met in the morning on the margins of the two-day G20 Summit and talked about the strong development partnership between India and Turkey.

The Turkish leader, during a two-day visit to India in July, 2018, had assured India of his country’s full support in the fight against terrorism.

Earlier on Saturday, Prime Minister Modi met the president of Indonesia and Brazil separately on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit and discussed ways to boost bilateral ties and enhance cooperation in trade and investment.

“Disasters, natural or manmade, require quick and effective remedial measures. They invariably affect the poor the most. At the #G20 Summit, invited other nations to join the International Coalition on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure. Let us close ranks for a safer planet,” the Prime Minister had tweeted Saturday.

A day before, on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also held bilateral and plurilateral meetings with many leaders, including US President Donald Trump, Russian president Vladimir Putin and China’s Xi Jinping.

Yamini Singh

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