BUENOS AIRES (Panorama.am) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has left for Argentina to take part in the G20 summit.
Armenians of Argentina organized a protest action against Erdogan’s visit to Buenos Aires, Ermenihaber informs. Protesters reminded that human rights were violated in Turkey. They emphasized that a number of human rights activists and politicians in Turkey are now in prison.
They also reminded that former Turkish Co-Chairman of the pro-Kurdish Democratic People’s Party Selahattin Demirtas is still in jail in Turkey.
Within the framework of the summit, Erdogan will discuss the situation in Syria and Iraq with the presidents of Russia, the United States, France and a number of other countries.
According to the source, Erdogan will also touch upon the Turkish-Kurdish issue emphasizing that Turkey will continue to fight against Kurdish militants, considering them terrorists.