Lindsay Lohan is attempting to overhaul her image after announcing she was starting a ‘new chapter’ in her life.

The actress deleted all her Instagram posts on January 8, but now she’s back on the photo sharing site, posting pictures from her meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and seven-year-old Syrian blogger Bana al-Abed on Friday.

Lohan shared an image of herself standing with President Erdogan, his wife Emine and Bana at the presidential palace and wrote: “What a dream it is for Mr. President Erdogan and The First Lady to invite me to their home. Their efforts in helping Syrian Refugees is truly inspiring #peace starts now @a_boynukalin @hilalkaplanogut @rterdogan please for peace @therealdonaldtrump Alaikum Salam #cleanslate2017 #theworldisbiggerthan5.”

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In her second post, Lohan was seen sitting with the President and his wife at their home on the outskirts of Ankara. "This. Now. This moment. A moment in time. Is to forever exist. #peace #2017 #theworldisbiggerthan5 hashtag yourself to help the Turkish people and what they do everyday. #theyearoflindsaylohan #sevenwonders @rterdogan #lohanclub is a form of making others happy," she captioned the pic.

Lohan was also featured in a video shared by seven-year-old Bana on Twitter, in which the actress said: "We want to send to all of the people in Syria and Aleppo suffering, and to all the refugees, we are here supporting you and you can hang on and be strong. Just like Bana has.”

After Lohan wiped her Instagram clean on January 8, a rep for the actress said she was “in a period of renewal, and is very excited for what the new year holds.” Lohan herself commented: “I am so excited for this new chapter in my life!”

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Lohan’s meeting with President Erdogan and Bana came on the same day that President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily banning refugees from Syria from entering the US. The order also barred entry into the United States for citizens of Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen for 90 days.