Ukraine, Turkey sign agreement to further develop bilateral business cooperation

ISTANBUL, Turkey: Ukraine and Turkey have signed an agreement to further develop their bilateral business cooperation, the Ukrinform news agency reported.

In the presence of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, the agreement on cooperation within the activity of the bilateral Business Council was signed by the leaders of the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ukraine,” Ukrinform quoted the President’s Press Service as saying.

The document is an extension of the contract signed between these organizations in Istanbul in 1991.

The purpose of the agreement is to further develop the bilateral business cooperation between Ukraine and Turkey and to intensify the activity of the Ukrainian and Turkish parts of the Business Council.

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