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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met on Tuesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the US state of New York.
The meeting between Erdogan and Netanyahu took place at the Turkish House, on the sidelines of their participation in the work of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, according to a statement issued by the Head of the Communications Department of the Turkish Presidency.
During the meeting, international and regional issues, political and economic relations between the two countries, and the latest developments related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict were discussed.
Erdogan explained that Turkey can carry out joint work with Israel in the fields of energy, technology, innovation, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity.
“We must all work together for a peaceful world,” he added.
From the Turkish side, the meeting was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hakan Fidan, and the Minister of Energy, Alp Arslan Bayraktar, the head of the Intelligence Service, Ibrahim Kalin, and the head of the Turkish Presidency’s Communications Department, Fakhruddin Altun.