Terrorism is a threat to the future of all countries, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said during a speech at G20 Leaders Summit, TRT Haber TV channel reported Nov.15.
He also said, unfortunately, international community still did not give necessary reaction about danger of terrorism.
The G20 summit began in the resort town of Belek, in the Turkish province of Antalya, on Nov. 15. The summit will last for two days.
The G20 is a leading forum for discussing global economic and financial cooperation. The G20 brings together the largest developed and developing economies in the world, accounting for some 85 percent of world GDP.
Russia presided over the G20 in 2013, Australia in 2014, and Turkey is currently hosting the 2015 summit.
Thanks for reading Eurasia Review. For more of our reporting make sure to sign up for our free newsletter!