Moscow and Ankara agreed on partnership in trade and tourism

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    globallookpress/Alexander Chernykh
    globallookpress/Alexander Chernykh

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as a result of negotiations, agreed to increase trade volumes, move towards each other in the economy for partnership in the transport, trade, agriculture and tourism sectors. This was stated in a joint statement of politicians.

    The authors of the document said that the presidents held extensive consultations on the bilateral agenda of relations between Russia and Turkey. The talks between Putin and Erdogan were held in Sochi.

    The politicians agreed to increase the volume of trade between the countries on a balanced basis and achieve the set goals. The presidents are also preparing to take concrete steps to increase interaction on issues that have been on the agenda of states for a long time.

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