In particular, Turkey’s President will meet with Putin on May 3, and with Trump - on May 16 or 17.
Foreign Minister of Turkey Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said Erdogan and Trump will hold a meeting on the eve of the NATO summit in Brussels on May 25.
Earlier it was reported how Erdogan's referendum will transform Turkey. The desire for security and stability in the complicated region in turbulent times won at the referendum with a small margin.
The arguments of the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government that the new super centralized presidential system will effectively deal with external and internal enemies, respond to regional challenges and put an end to decades of social instability and periodic military coups, promote economic development and generally allow Turkey to become a leading state region, were convincing enough for more than 21 million Turks, or 51.4% of those who voted.