Turkish PM's wife receives warm welcome at Georgetown University
Fathali M. Moghaddam presents Emine Erdoğan with one of his books, 'The Psychology of Dictatorship' at Georgetown University. AA photoPrime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's wife, Emine Erdoğan, who is accompanying her husband on his official visit to the United States, has received a warm welcome at Washington’s Georgetown University.
Fathali M. Moghaddam, an Iranian professor at Georgetown, presented Erdoğan with one of his books, titled “The Psychology of Dictatorship.”
Participating in a meeting on "The role of woman in peace-building and development," Erdoğan made a speech calling for solidarity to solve problems in Turkey's neighbors. Underlining the importance of women’s empowerment, she said, "No one can solve women's problem but women themselves."
Erdoğan also met yesterday with U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House.