Turkey and Cuba agree to increase bilateral cooperation

Turkey and Cuba agree to increase bilateral cooperation
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23 November 2022
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The presidents of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, and Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, agreed Wednesday on the need to strengthen bilateral cooperation, during official talks held in Ankara, the capital of that Eurasian nation.

At a press conference after a meeting at the Presidential Complex, Erdogan considered the visit of the Cuban leader to his country as a new turning point in the relations between the two States and described Cuba as one of his main partners in the region.

The Turkish dignitary also confirmed the determination of both parties to increase trade volume.

According to information provided through the Turkish presidential twitter, the talks analyzed opportunities to develop existing cooperation in fields such as energy, tourism, construction, agriculture, health and environment.

For his part, Diaz-Canel also stressed the importance of the meeting, and thanked the Turkish government and people for their support to Cuba in the face of the blockade imposed by the United States, and noted that the ministers of both countries will work to deepen those ties.

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