Erdogan sees progress in Turkish-US dialogue under Trump

By REUTERS
January 9, 2017 14:50

 
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ANKARA - President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday he believed Turkey's dialogue with the United States will gain pace after President-elect Donald Trump takes office and they will reach a consensus on regional issues.

"I believe we will accelerate dialogue when Mr Trump takes office. I believe we will reach a consensus with Mr Trump, particularly on regional issues, and make rapid headway," he told Turkish ambassadors gathered in Ankara for a conference.

Turkey is demanding the United States extradites the US-based cleric whom it accuses of orchestrating a failed coup in July. The two NATO allies are also at odds over US support for the Syrian YPG militia, which Ankara regards as a terrorist organization.

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