Monday, December 16, 2019

Turkey, Algeria sign several agreements

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Turkey and Algeria signed a number of agreements late Monday in the Algerian capital in presence of Turkey’s president and Algeria’s prime minister.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan received Ahmed Ouyahia at a hotel in Algiers and a ceremony was held afterwards for signing several agreements between the two countries.

Turkey and Algeria’s foreign ministers signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between Turkey’s Foreign Ministry Diplomacy Academy and the Algerian Foreign Ministry’s Diplomatic and International Relations Institute.

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Another memorandum of understanding regarding cooperation on agriculture was signed between the agriculture ministers of the two countries.

The culture ministers of both countries signed a cooperation protocol for utilizing the common cultural heritage between Turkey and Algeria.

Other signed agreements included cooperation on hydrocarbons and a cooperation protocol on a Turkology project signed between Turkey’s Yunus Emre Institute and Algeria’s Setif-2 University.

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