Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday arrived in Kuwait to discuss regional and international issues, and to broach the dispute between Qatar and its Gulf-Arab neighbours.
Even though Turkey has already signed a deal for Russian S-400s, it's taking steps towards technology transfer with French/Italian Eurosam as part of its efforts to achieve self-sufficiency in defence technologies.
The two leaders met in the Russian city of Sochi. They discussed the ongoing war in Syria, regional developments and economic ties during their meeting.
Authorities briefly closed ten gates at the airport due to the investigation, but these were later reopened.
Turkish president’s three-day trip will be about bilateral relations and the future of conflict zones in the Middle East.
Three suspected Daesh militants armed with automatic weapons stormed Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul and detonated their suicide vests in June 2016, killing 45 people and injuring 163 others.
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