Turkey would back Saudi Arabia’s bid to host Expo-2030: Erdogan

Ankara — Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that Turkey would back Saudi Arabia’s bid to host Expo-2030 in Riyadh, while reiterating his country’s support for the security and stability of Kingdom.

Anadolu news agency quoted Erdogan as telling the journalists on the presidential plane returning from Saudi Arabia that Turkey attaches great importance to Saudi and Gulf security and stability.

Erdogan told media that Ankara and Riyadh had demonstrated a common will to develop bilateral relations at the highest level, and to continue this effort for the common interests and stability of the region.

He also underlined the significance of promoting economic cooperation between the two countries, noting that Riyadh and Ankara had agreed on the need to bring together the business people and investors of the two countries.

The Turkish president underlined the significance of promoting economic cooperation between the two countries, noting that Riyadh and Ankara had agreed on the need to bring together the business people and investors of the two countries.

On his two-day visit to Saudi Arabia, King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received in Jeddah.