March 22, 2017 in Berlin, the first meeting of the...
March 10, 2017, in Moscow hosted the sixth meeting of the High Level Cooperation Council between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Turkey, in which Russian President Vladimir Putin met with President of Turkey Recep Erdogan.
The meeting was also attended by Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Denis Manturov.
During the meeting were discussed issues of bilateral relations and the strengthening of Russian-Turkish cooperation, in particular, discussed the project of the construction of the gas system "Turkish Stream", designed to quickly increase the volume of natural gas supplies, as well as the establishment of the Turkish infrastructure service bank cards of the Russian payment system "Peace".
In his opening address, Vladimir Putin expressed confidence that at the present time between the two countries restored intensive political dialogue. The President noted that Turkey is one of the main foreign trade partners of Russia, and in terms of the priorities include increasing bilateral trade and industrial cooperation.
There are good prospects for the deepening of industrial cooperation in the steel industry, the automotive industry, production of agricultural products and agricultural machinery. Business between the two countries are interested in expanding cooperation in the field of innovation, science and technology -
Vladimir Putin stressed.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed his intention to increase the trade turnover between the two countries and expressed willingness to work on the legal framework for the development of bilateral economic relations.
In conclusion, Erdogan proposed to declare 2019 the Year of Russian Culture in Turkey and Turkish culture in Russia and said that at the present time also, the issue of establishing a visa-free regime between the countries.
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