Erdogan emphasizes terrorism to be addressed strongly at G20

Following a meeting with the US President Barack Obama, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that recent attacks in Paris, Ankara and elsewhere show the world is facing a collective security threat and world leaders meeting in Turkey will send a strong message on the fight against terrorism.

Speaking to the reporters at the joint press conference Erdogan said: “We are confronted with a collective terrorist effort. This terrorist act is not only against the people of France but against all humanity,”

Erdogan also said the leaders will discuss methods to counter ISIL’s terror during the summit. “At the same time, of course, we will discuss climate change, the refugee crisis and financial developments across the world,” he added.


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