Turkey and Qatar on Tuesday signed 15 different agreements to enhance cooperation between the two countries, while President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the ruling emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, met in Doha to co-chair the seventh meeting of the Turkey-Qatar Supreme Strategic Committee.
Erdoğan arrived in Doha on Monday upon the invitation of the ruling emir of Qatar on the occasion of the seventh meeting of the Turkey-Qatar Supreme Strategic Committee. After the two leaders’ face-to-face meetings, agreements including in fields such as trade, investment, development, culture, youth, sports, diplomacy, health, religious affairs and media cooperation were signed with the participation of relevant ministers. Erdoğan and Sheikh Tamim attended the signing ceremony of 12 agreements.
After the signing ceremony, Erdoğan and Sheikh Tamim were expected to lead the committee meeting. At the meeting in Doha, the Turkish president and Qatari emir and with the participation of the relevant ministers will review the bilateral relations in all aspects and discuss the steps that can be taken to deepen the cooperation. In addition to bilateral relations, views on regional and international issues will also be exchanged during the meetings.
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