October 20, 2021
General News

Migrant crisis, global justice top Erdoğan’s agenda during US visit

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Sunday departed for New York to attend the 76th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). During his visit to the United States, Erdoğan is expected to reiterate his message calling for global justice and hold bilateral contacts with world leaders. Among the most important issues on the president’s agenda are U.N. reforms, the fight against irregular migration, global climate change, Islamophobia and sharing knowledge and experience to control the pandemic. Ahead of his trip to the U.S., Erdoğan once again called on the Western world to take more responsibility in solving the global migrant crisis.

More than 130 heads of state and government, foreign ministers and delegates will attend the 76th U.N. summit, which will be held in New York this year and begins Tuesday, with some leaders sending video messages. Afghanistan, the…

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