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State-run Anadolu Agency (AA) has developed an infographic demonstrating Chairperson of Justice and Development Party (AKP) and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's visits in and outside of Turkey.
According to AA's report with the headline "Erdoğan's dazzling visits'traffic", Erdoğan has carried out 85 visits to 55 countries and 147 visits to 65 countries in Turkey in total in two years 11 months and 55 days.
20 visits to 15 European Countries
Erdoğan has visited 15 countries 20 times. He has been to England, Latvia, Estland, Ukraine, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Albania, Croatia, Poland, Belarus and Bosnia and Herzegovina once each. He visited Germany twice, has been to France and Belgium three times.
He visited US once in 2014, three times in 2016 and one more time this year (2017) and has been to Columbia, Mexico, Chile, Peru and Ecuador in the continent of America.
Saudi Arabia, Russia, Qatar, China
Visiting Saudi Arabia for five times, Erdoğan has been to Qatar four times, in Kuwait three times and only one time on Bahrain and Jordan each.
Suudi Arabistan'a beş kez giden Erdoğan, Katar'a dört, Kuveyt'e üç, Bahreyn ve Ürdün'e ise birer kez gitti.
65 Provinces in the country
In Turkey, Erdoğan Erdoğan has visited 65 provinces 147 times.
Antalya, Rize, Kayseri, Gaziantep, Trabzon, Kocaeli, Konya, Balıkesir, Bursa, Çanakkale, İzmir, Malatya, Mardin and Urfa are the provinces he has visited more than once. (ÇT/DG)
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