Turkey promises to increase trade ties with Africa

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Turkey is focused on boosting exchange attaches with the whole Africa, and plans to hold a Turkey-Africa Business Council meeting soon. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made this guarantee when he visited Angola, as a feature of his three-country visit to the mainland.

Turkeys exchange with African nations presently remains at around 25 billion dollars. The Turkish president communicated desire to expand this figure.

He said “Our exchange volume with Angola the initial eight months of this current year was recorded as $132 million. We ought to apply shared endeavors to build it to $500 million as we had concurred on,”

The Turkish president made this disclosure at a joint public interview with Angolan President in Luanda on Oct. 18.

The public interview was after the 2 presidents had gone to the Turkey-Angola Business Forum meeting where the Turkish president tended to finance managers from the two nations.

President rechep tayep eedoan said a stage will be made for financial specialists from the 2 nations to meet up and examine possible interests in the wide scope of fields including transportation, wellbeing, farming, materials and development.

Erdoğan will visit Nigeria and Togo after Angola.