President Biden met with Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan on the sidelines of the Group of 20 (G20) Summit in Bali, Indonesia on Tuesday.
Biden on the assembly made it clear that the US stands with Turkey, which is a NATO ally, after a bombing strike in Istanbul on Sunday that left at the very least six individuals useless. Turkey’s inside minister accused the US of complicity within the assault, rejecting a condolence assertion from the US Embassy in Turkey.
The Residence Secretary mentioned the condolence assertion was like “a assassin showing first at against the law scene”. Authorities arrested a Syrian girl and whereas no group claimed duty for the assault, Turkish officers blamed Kurdish militants.
Additionally at Tuesday’s assembly, Biden thanked Erdoğan “for his efforts to resume the Black Sea Grains Initiative, which they each agreed has been instrumental in enhancing world meals safety amid Russia’s battle and that the Initiative should proceed.”
The initiative works to export meals to Ukraine and Russia rejoined the deal earlier this month after Erdoğan spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Reuters reported.
Additionally, at Tuesday’s assembly, Biden and Erdoğan mentioned continued shut coordination on NATO affairs and different issues of regional and world concern, in response to the White Home.
The White Home despatched condolences to Turkey after the bombing on Sunday, saying in an announcement that the US stands “shoulder-in-shoulder with our NATO ally Turkey within the battle in opposition to terrorism.”