*Amir, Erdogan co-chair fourth meeting of Qatar-Turkey Supreme Strategic Committee
*Trade and economic partnership agreement aims at liberalising trade in goods and services, and co-operation in electronic commerce and attracting investment
Further strengthening bilateral ties, Qatar and Turkey on Monday signed an agreement and a number of memorandums of understanding in the presence of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at Vahdettin Pavilion in Istanbul.
This followed the fourth meeting of Qatar-Turkey Supreme Strategic Committee. A MoU was signed between Qatar Civil Aviation Authority and Turkey’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation. Another was for the Cultural Year 2019-2020 with regard to co-operation in the field of culture between the two countries.
Two co-operation protocols were also signed. The first is on co-operation and training in the field of electronic warfare, and the second on the exchange of members of the armed forces.
A trade and economic partnership agreement too was signed aimed at liberalising trade in goods and services, co-operation in electronic commerce and attracting investment between the two sides.
The ceremonies were concluded by signing the joint statement issued by the fourth meeting of Qatar-Turkey Supreme Strategic Committee.
Earlier, His Highness the Amir and Turkish President co-chaired the fourth meeting of Qatar-Turkey Supreme Strategic Committee. At the outset of the meeting, President Erdogan welcomed His Highness the Amir and the accompanying delegation, and expressed pleasure for the visit which comes in the framework of the Supreme Strategic Committee.
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