Turkey and France to discuss Middle East issues

News

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit France on January 5 for talks with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, to explore an improvement of ties with the European Union and discuss regional issues.

The two will meet at the Elysee Palace in Paris with talks expected to cover a range of issues from bilateral and Turkish-EU ties and trade to the developments in Syria and Palestine, PressTV reported.

The two sides will also sign an agreement in the military sphere. It is expected that Turkey and Eurosam consortium will sign an agreement on purchase and sale of Aster-30 Block 1NT long-range missile.