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Erdogan invites Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit Turkey: Bloomberg

Turkish authorities told Bloomberg that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has asked Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit the country.

Officials with firsthand knowledge of Turkish foreign policy informed the agency that President Erdogan plans to welcome Mohammed bin Salman in the “coming days,” according to the report.

According to Bloomberg, the Saudi crown prince’s scheduled visit to Turkey might give the two nations’ bilateral ties a big boost and help to resuscitate Turkey’s ailing economy.

According to Reuters, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman planned to visit Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Jordan, and Egypt, where he will address regional and global concerns and sign deals in the domains of energy and commerce.

Following years of estrangement between Turkey and Saudi Arabia, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Prince Mohammed bin Salman on his first official visit to the Kingdom in 2017, during which he also visited Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud in Jeddah.

On his way back from Saudi Arabia, Erdogan told reporters that the two nations have a desire to “reactivate huge economic potential,” and that “the two sides are resolved to intensify efforts to achieve mutual interests and stability in the region,” as he put it.

Saudi funding, according to analysts and authorities, might aid Turkey’s economic issues, which include growing inflation ahead of next year’s presidential elections. The currency exchange line, they added, might improve Turkey’s dwindling reserves.

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