Erdogan to meet Biden for crunch Nato talks

The two chiefs have had a crisp relationship since Biden’s political decision due to US worries about basic freedoms under Erdogan.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday he would meet US President Joe Biden uninvolved of the Nato highest point in Madrid for chats on Russia’s attack of Ukraine.

Examiners accept the gathering could assume a urgent part in lifting Turkey’s protection from offers by Sweden and Finland to join the Western guard collusion in light of the conflict.

The two chiefs have had a crisp relationship since Biden’s political race due to US worries about basic liberties under Erdogan.

Biden and Erdogan last met momentarily in October uninvolved of a G20 culmination in Rome.

“We talked with Mr Biden today and he communicated his craving to get together this evening or tomorrow. We said it was conceivable,” Erdogan said.

He was addressing correspondents prior to traveling to Madrid for talks that will begin with his gathering with the heads of the two Nordic nations and the Nato secretary general.

Erdogan’s capacity to keep a nearby working relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin while supporting Ukraine’s conflict exertion has made him into a significant player in the contention.

Be that as it may, those binds have additionally convoluted his relations with Biden and the Nato coalition.

Washington has authorized Ankara for taking conveyance of a high level Russian rocket protection framework in 2019.

The buy saw the United States drop Turkey from the F-35 joint strike warrior program and force exchange limitations on its tactical acquisition office.

Yet, Washington has flagged that moving past the dispute might will.

Biden’s organization has hung the chance of providing Ankara with more seasoned age F-16 planes that could renew Turkey’s maturing aviation based armed forces armada.

“The main issue is the F-16 issue. It is still on the table,” Erdogan said of his impending discussions with