In Kyrgyzstan, Turkish vice president, businesspeople talk economic ties

Coordination meeting to expand multilateral cooperation between Turkish, Kyrgyz private and public sectors held in Bishkek

ANKARA (AA) – Turkey’s vice president on Friday attended a meeting to expand multilateral cooperation between the Turkish and Kyrgyz private and public sectors.

Fuat Oktay attended the meeting in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek with Ulukbek Maripo, the chairman of Kyrgyzstan’s Cabinet.

The meeting was attended by Turkish businesspeople, and participants discussed investments, added value, and new business opportunities to create in Kyrgyzstan.

Participating companies’ wish to accelerate and improve business procedures in Kyrgyzstan was also addressed.

The meeting was attended by various Turkish officials along with Kyrgyz government ministers.

Oktay arrived in Bishkek on Thursday to attend today’s 10th meeting of the Kyrgyz-Turkish intergovernmental commission for commercial and economic cooperation and the Kyrgyz-Turkish business forum.

On Twitter, Oktay praised ties between the two countries, saying that he and Maripo discussed “the strong bilateral relations and common goals” of Turkey and Kyrgyzstan, which share “a deep-rooted historical and cultural common past.”


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