During the first telephone conversation with Recep Tayyip Erdogan after his re-election, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz invited the head of the Turkish government to visit Berlin to discuss the situation in the eastern Mediterranean, according to the website of the German government.
“Among other things, the intention was expressed to work together on a positive development in the eastern Mediterranean in the light of the decisions that are currently being taken in NATO, and on Turkey’s relations with the European Union,” the cabinet said in a statement.
To this end, the chancellor invited the re-elected president on his first inaugural visit to Berlin, it is reported further.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the second round of Turkish presidential elections with a score of more than 52% of the vote, Ahmet Yener, head of the Turkish High Electoral Commission, said on Sunday evening. The final results of the elections will be published no earlier than June 1.