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Gargash: Erdogan’s visit to the UAE and Saudi Arabia is positive for the region

Abu Dhabi, Riyadh (Etihad, agencies)

His Excellency Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, diplomatic adviser to His Highness the President, confirmed that the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia represents a positive step for the benefit of the region as a whole and emphasizes the need. to build trust, build bridges, solve problems and work together towards stability and common prosperity. Erdogan reaffirmed his country’s support for security and stability in Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Gulf region.
His Excellency Dr. Anwar Gargash said in a tweet on his official Twitter account: “There Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to the sister UAE and Saudi Arabia and the adoption of the approach to communication and rapprochement is a positive step for the benefit of the region as a whole. We must not accept that the regional system remains in crisis, and we must strengthen trust and build bridges, solve problems and work together towards stability and common prosperity. “
In this context, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday reaffirmed his country’s support for security and stability in Saudi Arabia and the Arab Gulf region.
The Turkish news agency “Anatolia” quoted Erdogan in a press release as saying that Ankara and Riyadh showed a common will to develop bilateral relations at the highest level and to continue this effort for common interests and stability in the region.

  • Mohammed bin Salman shakes hands with Erdogan during his reception in Jeddah (Reuters)
    Mohammed bin Salman shakes hands with Erdogan during his reception in Jeddah (Reuters)

He stressed the importance of strengthening economic cooperation between the two countries and pointed to the agreement between Turkey and Saudi Arabia on the need to bring together businessmen and investors in the two countries.
Erdogan also announced his country’s support for Saudi Arabia in its attempt to host the “Expo 2030” exhibition in Riyadh.
The Turkish president also expressed his country’s willingness to develop a dialogue with Egypt, similar to its dialogue with Israel.
“We have policies towards Israel, and a similar approach can be taken towards Egypt, and positive results in this regard will indicate the possibility of taking steps at a higher level,” Erdogan said.
On Thursday night, Erdogan arrived in Jeddah on his first visit to the Kingdom since 2017.
Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held two sessions of talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Turkish president paid the price for his two-day historic visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
He said on Twitter: “We, as two brother countries with historical, cultural and human relations, are making unremitting efforts to strengthen all forms of political, military and economic relations and to start a new era between us.”

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