Washington. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's potential visit to Washington in November may be impacted by the recent US Congress resolutions on Armenian genocide and sanctions, while a dialogue between the two countries' leaders should to be kept, Turkey's Presidential Security and Foreign Policies Council member Nursin Guney told Sputnik.
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When asked whether the resolutions passed by the US House of Representatives may impede a possible visit by Erdogan to the United States, Guney said, "It might."
"But they haven't decided yet. As far as I know, they are still thinking about it," she added.
"We should not close the dialogue with the Trump administration, Trump himself as the president of the US," Guney said.