The CEOs of the 21 largest companies in the world who met President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan at a roundtable meeting during his recent visit to Washington said that they are attracted not only by Turkey's power, but also the sense of trust that Erdoğan gives. Delivering a speech at the meeting, Erdoğan said that previous strategic partnerships between Turkey and the U.S. grew into a model partnerships during U.S. President Barack Obama's time in office. He invited American investors to make investments in Turkey compatible with the existing strategic and model partnerships. Erdoğan underlined that Turkey does not find the current investments of American business in Turkey adequate, adding that he would like to see more American investment in the country.Following Erdoğan's speech, the presidents of the 21 companies expressed their opinions about Turkey. Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn A. Hewson said that leaders from 56 countries were in Washington to attend the Nuclear Security Summit. All these leaders demanded to hold talks with the representatives of leading American companies, however, the meeting with highest participation was held with the president of Turkey, as a country that has been engaged in cooperation with the U.S. in the defense industry for 60 years.
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