Turkish President to Visit Greece for the First Time in 65 Years
Turkish President Erdoğan will be the first Turkish president to visit Greece in 65 years, Deputy Prime Minister Hakan Çavuşoğlu said, Daily Sabah reports.
The visit, the date of which has yet to be confirmed, will be made during the upcoming days, and further improve the bilateral ties between Turkey and Greece, he said.
"Our president will be the first Turkish president visiting Greece in 65 years. I think this visit will yield significant results," he added.
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