Turkey has expressed its desire to become a member of the “Shanghai Cooperation Organization” led by China

While Turkish President Erdoğan has moved away from alliances with the West and started to build friendly relations with Eastern countries, Turkey has expressed its desire to become a member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

American “Bloomberg News” reported that Erdoğan made a brief statement to reporters after attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan on September 16 and holding talks with Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Erdoğan said: “Our relations with these countries will take a different position with this step.” According to “Bloomberg News”, Erdoğan expressed his desire to join the “Shanghai Cooperation Organization” after attending the UN General Assembly in New York this week. , he said these words. Turkey has been a member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization since 2013, and now has the status of an “observer country” of the organization.

This time, Erdoğan participated for the first time as an “observer” in the organization’s summit held in Samarkand. Analysts say Turkey, which is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and has embraced Western values, is completely alien to these values, and is led by China, which the U.S. considers a “security threat” and is accused of genocide against the Uyghurs. Being a member of an organization can lead to serious disagreements.



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