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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan had asked India to increase trade volume with Turkey, with the visiting leader seeking India’s help to contain the network he accused of orchestrating last year’s failed coup.

For his part, Erdogan lashed out at the movement of Fethullah Gülen, which he held responsible for the failed coup of July 15, saying he hoped India would take steps to expel the domestic network of the Muslim cleric.

He said the Gulen network is active in over 100 countries in the world and accused it of infiltrating various organs of government, while thanking Modi for his support in the wake of the coup.

While condemning recent terror attacks in India, Erdogan said Turkey would always be in solidarity with India in battling terrorism. “Terrorists will be drowned in the blood they spill,” he said and cited a quotation from Mahatma Gandhi to make his point.

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“The two <…> urged all countries and entities to work sincerely to disrupt terrorist networks and their financing, and stop cross-border movement of terrorists. Both leaders strongly condemned the use of double standards in addressing the menace of terrorism and agreed to strengthen cooperation combating terrorism both at the bilateral level and within the multilateral system. In this regard, they called for early conclusion of negotiations on the Comprehensive Convention of International Terrorism,” the Joint Statement issued after the Modi-Erdogan talks said

Both leaders vowed to strengthen economic co-operation, with Modi saying, “President and I are clear that strengths of our economies present an enormous opportunity to expand and deepen our commercial linkages. We need to approach the entire landscape of business opportunities in a strategic and long-term manner.”

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27 September 2017

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