President Erdogan Left For United States To Participate In NATO Summit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan left for the United States to participate in the summit of the heads of state and the NATO Government.

At the Esenbog Airport, Vice President Jewdad Yilmaz, Minister of Youth and Sports Osman Ashkyn Bak, the head of the administrative department under the administration of President Metin Kyratla, Governor Istanbule Vasip Shahin and other officials, were escorted at the President Airport. P>

President is accompanied by the wife of Emine Erdogan, the head of the Foreign Ministry Hakan Fidan, the head of the Ministry of Defense Yashar Gühler, the head of the National Intelligence Organization Ibrahim Kalyn, the head of the presidential office of the president Hassan Dogan, the chief adviser to the president in foreign policy and security Akif Chagatai Kylych, the head of the Office of the Office of the Office of the Administration President Haluk Gergun, Deputy Head of the Directorate of Relations under the President of the President Chagatai Ozdemir and Deputy Chairman of the Party of Justice and Development of Chigdem Karaaslan.

President Erdogan plans to hold bilateral meetings with the heads of state and governments of a number of countries on the sidelines of the summit in Washington.