Newly re-elected Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is visiting North Cyprus today, according to Turkish media report.
During his one-day visit, he is scheduled to hold a meeting with leaders of the TRNC.
Erdoğan aims to convey important messages pertaining to Ankara’s policy on the Cyprus problem and Turkey’s roadmap in the Eastern Mediterranean.
This is Erdogan’s inaugural abroad visit after the recent election.
Subsequently, on Tuesday, June 13, Erdoğan will visit Azerbaijan, where he will meet with his counterpart, President Ilham Aliyev.
The primary focus of their meeting will be to explore avenues for enhancing cooperation along the Ankara-Baku line.