Erdoğan's meeting with England's Prime Minister Cameron took place later that day. Speaking at a joint press conference following the meeting Erdoğan commented on the situation in Syria by stating, "The most recent developments in Syria have now truly reached a level of inhumanity. There is a regime there that kills and massacres its own people.
We must become a coalition and join forces against this regime. Whether it be the United Nations Security Council, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation or the Arab League, we need to take much more significant steps during this period of time. Furthermore, when you consider the build up in Aleppo and the recent statements regarding the use of weapons of mass destruction, these are actions that we cannot remain indifferent to." Britain's Prime Minister Cameron stated, "The very real concern that we have is that the Syrian regime is about to carry out some truly appalling acts in the city of Aleppo."
A WARNING ON MYANMAR
Erdoğan also pointed out that there is an ongoing massacre in Myanmar. "Unfortunately they are suffering a massacre, starvation and devastation. Despite this I still believe that all nations who care for humanity will help and I invite them to. We need to join forces to do all that we can here."
During the meeting, Cameron and Erdoğan also discussed the EU, Iraq and the developments resulting from Arab Spring. While both leaders decided to continue collaborating in order to increase joint trade volume between the two nations. Cameron reiterated his pledge of support for Turkey by stating, "We have a very strong political relationship. We have always supported Turkey's EU accession process. We also want there to be significant progress on this issue." Erdoğan in return, thanked Cameron for his support.