U.S. Ambassador to Turkey David Satterfield has said debts owed by Turkish government hospitals to American pharmaceutical companies had risen to around $2.3 billion, warning that there will be consequences for non-payment of debt or reductions in payment. "Companies will consider departing the Turkish market or will reduce exposure to Turkish market. This is not a direction which serves the interests of Turkey," he said on Sept. 23.
U.S. Ambassador to Turkey David Satterfield and his family visited Hagia Sophia to see the restoration works carried out at the site after its conversion into a mosque. "Ambassador Satterfield toured Hagia Sophia to admire its grandeur and technical genius, and better understand the renovation and restoration work to be completed to preserve the universal value of and continued access to this monumental building," the embassy said on July 30.
The U.S. has thanked Turkey for donating a planeload of personal protective equipment in fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak. "As this delivery indicates, the U.S.-Turkey relationship is strong and one of our most important alliances," U.S. Ambassador to Turkey David Satterfield said.
The United States is willing to provide ammunition to Turkey for Syria's Idlib, James Jeffrey, U.S. Special Envoy for Syria said on March 3. "We will make sure that equipment is ready and usable," Jeffrey told reporters. U.S. Ambassador to Turkey David Satterfield said on the same day that the U.S. is examining Turkey's request for air defenses.