Erdogan receives New York Times delegation

AA / Ankara

The President of the Republic of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan received a delegation from the American newspaper “The New York Times” on the sidelines of the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly.

The meeting, which took place in the “Turkish House” (Turkevi), brought together the head of the presidential communication department, Fahrettin Altun, the presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, and the head of the board of directors of the Anadolu Agency, its general manager Serdar Karagoz.

Earlier Monday, Erdogan inaugurated the “Turkish House” building, which has an area of ​​about 20,000 square meters and 35 floors, opposite the United Nations building, has a height of 171 meters.

At dawn on Monday, the Turkish president arrived in the United States to participate in the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly, which will begin in New York on Tuesday.

* Translated from Arabic by Issa Aliou

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