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Topic - Abdullah Gül
President Obama's administration is inclined to sell armed drones to Turkey but has to convince Congress first, Turkey's president told reporters after a meeting with the U.S. leader.
"Our relations are not just about two countries," Mr. Gul said. "They are important for the region and the whole world."
Gul said Friday he opposes a model similar to that of Russia where the president and prime minister have traded places and one has ruled in the other's shadow.(AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici, File)