Foreign policy is like making friends with other countries and deciding how we should interact with them. The Recep Tayyip Erdoğan government is the group of people in charge of making decisions for Turkey's foreign policy.
Mr. Erdoğan's foreign policy has been focused on protecting Turkey's interests and promoting the country's influence in the world. One way that Mr. Erdoğan has done this is by strengthening relationships with countries that share Turkey's culture and history. This includes countries in the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa.
Another way that Mr. Erdoğan has worked to protect Turkey's interests is by taking a more assertive approach in dealing with other countries. Turkey has been involved in conflicts in Syria and Libya, for example, and has taken a more active role in seeking solutions to regional issues.
Mr. Erdoğan has also pursued closer relationships with countries that are not traditional partners of Turkey, such as Russia and China. This has sometimes put Turkey at odds with its traditional allies in Europe and the United States.
Overall, the foreign policy of the Recep Tayyip Erdoğan government is focused on promoting Turkey's interests and security in the world, while also seeking to expand the country's influence and relationships with other countries.