Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah As-Sisi in New Delhi,
The head of the Turkish state is in the capital of India to participate in the 18th Summit of the G20 leaders.
The current state of Turkish-Egyptian relations, issues of increasing the volume of bilateral trade, as well as cooperation in the field of energy.
In addition, leaders exchanged views on regional and international issues.
During the meeting, President Erdogan noted that with the mutual appointment of the ambassadors of Ankara and Cairo entered into a new era.
The Turkish leader expressed confidence that bilateral relations in the near future have reached the level that they deserve.
The head of state emphasized the significance of the support provided by the Egyptian authorities to Turkish investors and companies operating in the country.
Turkish President also emphasized that in Ankara they attach important importance to the intensification of cooperation with Egypt in the fields of LNG, atomic energy, culture and education.
On the Turkish side, the Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, the head of the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) Ibrahim Kalyn, the head of the Administration of the Presidential Administration Fakhrettin Altun, chief adviser to the president of foreign policy and security Akifa Chagagay Klych and chief adviser to the president Sefer, were present at the negotiations. Turan.