Algeria, Turkey signs pacts for mutual benefit

Algeria, Turkey signs pacts for mutual benefit

27 February 2018 Tuesday 15:31
Algeria, Turkey signs pacts for mutual benefit

Algeria signed various agreements with Turkey yesterday for mutual benefit between the two countries.

According to Reuters, Algeria’s Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed the agreement in Algiers.

The signing also witnessed foreign ministers in the two countries signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation between Turkish Foreign Ministry Diplomacy Academy and the Algerian Foreign Ministry’s Diplomatic and International Relations Institute.

Also in the list for the ministers who signed the MoU agreements, include the agriculture ministers aimed at boosting the sector and culture ministers which involves cooperation protocol for utilizing the common cultural heritage between the two countries.

The two countries also signed agreements on collaboration on hydrocarbons and a cooperation protocol on a Turkology project to be implemented between Turkey’s Yunus Emre Institute and Algeria’s Setif-2 University.

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