Erdoğan said at the meeting that they have issued a new law on intellectual property rights that is important for investors and that Turkey has aligned its legislation on this subject with global legislation.
Video from another angle showsErdogan's guards beating up an American protesting him duringhis speech in NY.
Erdogan was in the city for the U.N. General Assembly this week and addressing the Turkish American National Steeting Committee (TASC) at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square.
Having observed the incident, Erdogan told the audience in Turkish to "not give this attractive gathering to a few impertinent hall terrorists", according to MEDIAite's translation.
President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are meeting on the sidelines of an annual United Nations gathering.
The protesters were supporters of the Kurdish People's Protection Units, groups which have been fighting ISIS in Syria and have been attacked by Turkish forces, according to the Times.
Earlier this week the United States government froze arms sales to Erdogan's bodyguards, after his aides attacked demonstrators in Washington last May. "While how the Turkish cartographer Piri Reis created the map of the United States so clearly and precisely in 1513 still maintains its mystery, the reason why 1,750 USA companies in Turkey invest in Turkey is yet so clear", the ads read.
In 2011, Erdogan's security detail beat a UN security guard after he refused to allow the Turkish president to enter the General Assembly hall of the United Nations in NY through the wrong entrance.
During Erdogan's previous visit to the U.S.in May, his personal body guards attacked peaceful protesters outside the Turkish's ambassador's residence in Washington, hospitalizing nine people.
During the meeting Erdogan's speech was interrupted twice by protesters.
"I'm very sorry about that", Erdogan told Judy Woodruff of PBS Newshour in a clip released Tuesday.
Erdogan had said he spoke with Trump about the clash earlier this month, remarking in a television interview that Trump had conveyed his sadness.
Video shared by Voice of America's Turkish arm showed members of the audience shouting at Erdogan in opposition to his policies toward the Kurdish minority in his country, as well as Kurds in northern Syria along the Turkish border.
The UN guard was taken to the hospital with a rib injury.
Of the 19 people indicted, 15 are part of Mr. Erdogan's security detail, two others are Canadian citizens and two are US citizens.