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King Salman calls President Erdogan about the "G20 summit"

King Salman calls President Erdogan about the "G20 summit"

They discussed coordination of efforts around the summit and bilateral relations, according to the official Saudi "SPA" Agency

On Friday, the Saudi monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, discussed with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, coordinating efforts around the G20 summit, to be hosted by Riyadh, hypothetically, tomorrow, Saturday.

This came during a phone call made by the Saudi monarch to the Turkish president, according to the official Saudi Press Agency, "SPA".

The agency stated that "during the call, efforts were coordinated within the activities of the G20 summit hosted by the Kingdom tomorrow and the day after."

They also discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, according to the agency.

It is scheduled to host the Kingdom "by default" Group of Twenty summit on 21 and November 22 this month.

Saudi Arabia took over the presidency of the group in November 2019 for a year, after the end of the summit, which was held in Japan.

There are expectations with the participation of the leaders of Turkey and the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Canada, India and other countries, along with other countries such as Turkey, Russia and China.

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