U.S. President Barack Obama will arrive in Turkey on April 5.
Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Burak Ozugergin told A.A that Obama's visit was the sign of an appreciation of Turkey's efforts to extend stability, prosperity and peace in its region in the recent period.
Ozugergin said that the agenda of the meetings would be very broad, and Turkey was expected to exchange views regarding far regions as well.
Obama, who will arrive in Ankara on Sunday evening, will visit Ataturk's Mausoleum Anitkabir on Monday. He will then meet with Turkish President Abdullah Gul at Cankaya presidential palace and they will hold a joint press conference.
Obama is also expected to visit Turkish Parliament and address General Assembly, and meet with leaders of opposition parties.
Following his visit to Parliament, Obama will meet with Turkish Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and then he will proceed to Istanbul.
On April 7, Obama is expected to attend Alliance of Civilization meeting in Istanbul.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 05 Nisan 2009, 15:10