The President of the United States Joe Biden and Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan failed to find a solution, during their meeting earlier this week, on the long-running dispute between two NATO allies over Ankara’s purchase of Russian missile defense systems.
This was stated today by the national security adviser of the American president Jake Sullivan in the aftermath of the important meeting of the two leaders.
In a briefing to reporters, Sullivan said there was a commitment to continue the dialogue on the issue.
Washington welcomes “clear commitment” by Turkey to guarantee security at Kabul airport
The United States today welcomed a “clear commitment” from Turkey to play a “key role” in securing Kabul airport following the withdrawal of US troops and foreigners.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Joe Biden during their meeting earlier this week in Brussels that Ankara “needs some support to do so” and his US counterpart “assured that this “Support will be provided,” White House Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters.
“President Erdo ικανοan welcomed this issue” and the two leaders “decided to work together to make it concrete”, he added, stressing that they had asked their groups to “finalize the details” of this “targeted mission”. ».
“But the clear commitment of the leaders was reflected in the fact that Turkey would play a key role in the security of Kabul Hamid Karzai International Airport,” Sullivan said.