Statement by the Press Secretary on the visit of Prime Minister Erdogan of Turkey

The White House Office of the Press Secretary released the following announcement on April 5, 2013.

On Thursday, May 16, President Obama will welcome Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey to the White House.  As friends and NATO allies, the United States and Turkey are partners in addressing a range of critical global and regional issues.  The President looks forward to discussing these issues with the Prime Minister, to include Syria, trade and economic cooperation, and countering terrorism.

The Prime Minister’s visit underscores the close friendship between the United States and Turkey and the strategic importance we place on broadening and strengthening our relationship moving forward.

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