Turkey, Turkmenistan Agree To Enhance Trade Cooperation

Top Turkish and Turkmenistan trade officials on Monday discussed areas of cooperation in different aspects and agreed to expand trade and textile industry partnership.

Serdar Berdimuhamedov, Deputy Chairman of the Turkmen Cabinet of Ministers in a phone call with Mehmet Mus, Turkish Trade Minister, emphasized the need to bolster bilateral trade between the two states.

During the talks, Berdimuhamedov underlined the need of expanding cooperation in the transportation sector, specifically the efficient use of transit corridors and air routes to improve bilateral trade relations.

In his part, Mus had emphasized on regular meetings between the related officials of the two countries in order to facilitate the practical work and speed up efforts on bolstering bilateral trade.

In 2021, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his speech at the 15th summit of the Economic Cooperation Organization in Ashgabat said that they want to increase mutual trade to $5 billion.


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