Turkey expects to improve relations with NATO partners by strengthening relations with the administration of newly US President Joseph Biden.

According to Bloomberg, the Turkish authorities, led by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, intend to review the country’s foreign policy, which may be motivated by several factors.

The first is the recently deteriorating relations with the European Union, the second is the disagreements with Russia in Syria and Libya, and the third is Turkey’s “invasion” of the Caucasus and open support for Azerbaijan.

According to the sources, Erdogan hopes that “Biden’s faith in interstate relations and transatlantic relations” will help Turkey improve relations with NATO partners.