Putin and Erdogan agreed to increase trade, cooperate in transport and tourism


    Following talks in Sochi, Presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to increase trade, meet the expectations of both countries in the economy and energy, and cooperate in transport, agriculture and tourism.

    “The leaders of both countries held broad consultations on the bilateral agenda of Russian-Turkish relations and agreed on the following: to increase the volume of bilateral trade on a balanced basis and achieve the set goals,” according to the text of the joint statement of the two presidents, published on the Kremlin website.

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    At the same time, Putin and Erdogan agreed to take concrete steps to increase cooperation on issues in the areas of transport, trade, agriculture, industry, finance, tourism and construction. The leaders also noted the key importance of sincere, frank and trusting relations between the Russian Federation and Turkey in order to achieve the stability of the countries and bilateral contacts.


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