US President Joe Biden says he's held a "very good meeting" with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Speaking across the table from the Turkish leader, Biden declined to offer any other details on their sit-down, which was expected to be contentious.
Asked by a reporter to repeat himself, Biden said only, "I didn't say anything."
Reporters had been waiting for more than an hour for the photo-op, which was originally scheduled for the start of the meeting. But only official photographers were allowed in at the beginning.
Erdoğan didn't speak during the spray.
A host of topics was expected on the agenda, including counterterrorism, Afghanistan, Syria and human rights.