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Trump and Erdogan both reject of KRG referendum, warn for “serious consequences if occurs”

White House issued a readout about the meeting between President Trump and President Erdogan.

Readout “reaffirmed the strategic partnership between the US and Turkey nd agreed to continue working together to foster regional stability.”

In the last meeting readout, there was no mention of strategic partnership.

Here is the full readout:

Readout of President Donald J. Trump’s Meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey

President Donald J. Trump met today with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey. They reaffirmed the strategic partnership between the United States and Turkey and agreed to continue working together to foster regional stability and defeat terrorism in all its forms.  The two leaders reaffirmed their rejection of the planned Kurdistan Regional Government’s referendum on September 25th, and the serious consequences that would follow if it occurs.  They called on Kurdish leaders to accept the process of intense negotiations on all outstanding issues which the United States and Turkey are prepared to endorse and support.

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