FETÖ threatens national security of Turkey, Kyrgyzstan: Erdoğan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on June 9 stressed the importance of the fight against the FETÖ by Turkey and Kyrgyzstan.
"Recent events have once again revealed the bloody, dark, and ugly face of FETÖ. I hope we will overcome this threat together by standing shoulder to shoulder," Erdoğan said at a joint news conference with his counterpart from Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Japarov.
During the meeting, the two discussed regional cooperation and the fight against terror groups, including FETÖ, Erdoğan said.
"We agree that FETÖ poses a national security threat to both countries," he added.
He vowed to boost bilateral trade between Ankara and Bishkek "to reach a target of $1 billion trade volume."
Erdoğan also outlined a plan to increase flights between the two nations.

Bilateral relations
For his part, Japarov noted that Turkey is the first country that recognized the independence of Kyrgyzstan and developed friendly ties.
He also expressed gratitude to Turkey "for the invaluable moral, technical and social assistance it has given for the development of Kyrgyzstan's economy."
He said they discussed the future of bilateral relations and also exchanged views on international issues.
"We have been able to create cooperation mechanisms in many areas," he added.
"We discussed very important issues related to the arrival of Turkish investors in Kyrgyzstan," he said, underlining that "all rights of Turkish investors" currently working in his country "will be protected."
"We also discussed the opening of the Kyrgyz-Turkish Friendship Hospital in a very short period of time."
Pleased with Turkey's economic success
Japarov stressed that a large number of Kyrgyz students are studying in...

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