September 9, 2021
MILAN (Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi discussed on Wednesday the Afghan crisis with Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan ahead of a G20 summit to be held in Rome on Oct. 30-31, Draghi’s office said.
The “comprehensive” phone conversation explored possible steps to be taken by the international community, including the G20, over Afghanistan and Draghi renewed an invitation to Erdogan to take part in the Rome Summit, it said.
The situation in Libya and a further strengthening of Italian-Turkish partnerships across sectors were also discussed.
(Reporting by Angelo Amante, writing by Valentina Za; editing by Chris Reese)
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