President Erdoğan discusses coronavirus with S. Korean leader
Turkish president on Tuesday held a telephonic conversation with his South Korean counterpart to discuss cooperation in the fight against the novel coronavirus.
BILATERAL RELATIONS WERE ON THE TABLE
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Moon Jae-in also discussed bilateral relations, the Turkish Presidency said in a brief statement on Twitter.
During the talks, President Erdoğan stressed the need for close economic cooperation between the two nations in response to coronavirus and preparations for the post-coronavirus era, according to Cheong Wa Dae spokesman Kang Min-seok.
While South Korea is battling a second wave of the virus after easing restrictions in May, Turkey lifted its partial lockdown on June 1 and is moving towards full normalization.