Erdogan: Mikta created 10 years ago has come long way based on common vision and values

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a meeting with the leaders of the Mikt group, which includes Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia.

The meeting took place on the fields of the 18th summit of the leaders of the “Big Twenty” countries in New Delhi.

Australia Australia Albaniz, President of Indonesia Joko Vidodo, President of South Korea, Yun Sok Yol and Minister of Economy Mexican Rakel Buenrostro, took part in the meeting.

Erdogan during the meeting emphasized that the Mikta group created 10 years ago has come a long way based on general vision and values.

He noted that the current global system and international organizations are considered insufficient to guarantee peace, security and prosperity all over the world.

The head of state pointed out the responsibility of Mikt for building a more fair world in an environment where terrorism and Islamophobia are spread.

The meeting was attended by the Foreign Minister of Turkey Hakan Fidan and the Minister of Treasury and Finance Mehmet Shimshek.