During her meeting with the spouses of G-20 leaders in Indonesia, Emine Erdogan also spoke about Türkiye's renewable energy practices.
Sunday’s attack targeted Istiklal Avenue – a bustling thoroughfare lined with shops and restaurants – killing at least 6 people and injuring dozens more.
On the sideline of the G20 Summit held in Bali, Indonesia, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has held separate closed-door meetings with Presidents Biden, Macron and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The discussion comes on the heels of a deadly bombing at one of Istanbul's most crowded streets that left at least six dead and 81 injured.
Türkiye's Communications Director confirmed the meeting took place in Turkish capital Ankara with the Kremlin saying it was held at the request of the US.
Türkiye views Washington’s condolence on the November 13 attack, reportedly masterminded by the PKK/YPG terror group, in Istanbul as one coming from the perpetrator itself.
Authorities say 23-year-old Syrian national Ahlam Albashir entered Türkiye through Afrin in northwestern Syria.
The Turkish president will hold a bilateral meeting with his Indonesian counterpart before the start of the summit.
Twitter users have slammed the prominent tabloid of The New York Times's coverage of the bomb attack on Istanbul's busy avenue of Istiklal in Türkiye.
Initial assessments show that PKK/PYD terrorist group is behind the attack, Türkiye's interior minister said.
From Pakistan to Ukraine, global officials take to Twitter to offer their condolences to Türkiye over an explosion in Beyoglu, the heart of Istanbul, that killed at least six people and wounded 81.
Sources from the Ministry of National Defence say the operation is continuing successfully with 455 PKK terrorists "neutralised" since April.
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