• BIST 89.138
  • Altın 143,265
  • Dolar 3,5626
  • Euro 3,7711
  • İstanbul 10 °C
  • Ankara 2 °C

Discusses energy security

Discusses energy security
Turkey and Syria discussed ways to increase their level of the cooperation on energy and security issues, during Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an's one-day visit to Syria.

TURKEY-SYRIA DISCUSSES ENERGY SECURITY

Turkey and Syria discussed ways to increase their level of the cooperation on energy and security issues, during Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an's one-day visit to Syria, where he has also attended to the opening ceremony of Aleppo Olympic Stadium and watched a match between Turkey's Fenerbahçe and Syria's El-Ittihad.

“I hope my visit to Syria will contribute to the establishment of stability in our region and to the development of our bilateral relations,” said Erdo?an, before flying to Damascus.

Turkey and Syria, two neighboring countries, have been able to fine-tuned their relations after having a strained relationship once Damascus withdrew support for the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in 1998.

Erdo?an and Bashar met yesterday in Damascus and had a long meeting. According to the Turkish diplomatic sources, the two leaders discussed various issues including the Arab-Israeli conflict, the situation in Lebanon, Iraq, Iran and other international problems.

Later, Erdo?an met also Syrian Prime Minister Muhammad Naji Al-Utri. The two prime ministers discussed the bilateral relations on trade, energy and security. On energy, Turkey and Syria are both involved in a project that would bring Egyptian natural gas to Turkey. Hilmi Güler, Turkey's Minister of Energy, was also in Erdo?an's delegation and had meetings with his Syrian counterpart.

“Having historical and cultural ties, Syria is an important neighbor. We have improved our relations in every area with Syria,” Erdo?an stressed.

Source:Turkish Daily News

www.TurkishMaritime.Com.tr

This news is a total 273 time has been read
  • Comments 0
    UYARI: Küfür, hakaret, rencide edici cümleler veya imalar, inançlara saldırı içeren, imla kuralları ile yazılmamış,
    Türkçe karakter kullanılmayan ve büyük harflerle yazılmış yorumlar onaylanmamaktadır.
    Bu habere henüz yorum eklenmemiştir.
Other News
  • Fincantieri Confirms Chinese Cruise Ship Order23 February 2017 Thursday 13:51
  • Mississippi Port Duo Deepens Ties with Cuba23 February 2017 Thursday 13:39
  • United Journey Tanker Released after 2-Month Arrest23 February 2017 Thursday 13:26
  • Bunker Fuel Prices Affect Matson’s Earnings23 February 2017 Thursday 13:15
  • Bahri, Bunge Enter Dry Bulk Shipping JV23 February 2017 Thursday 13:04
  • APM Terminals to Prepare Port Elizabeth for ULCVs23 February 2017 Thursday 12:53
  • Clarksons: Boxship Deliveries Entering Moderate Era?23 February 2017 Thursday 12:38
  • Newbuildings Drive NCLH’s Profit Surge23 February 2017 Thursday 12:24
  • Danaos Sinks to Loss due to Hanjin Impairments23 February 2017 Thursday 12:10
  • Another Win for Navios in Vale Contract Dispute23 February 2017 Thursday 11:55
  • All Rights Reserved © 2006 TURKISH MARITIME | İzinsiz ve kaynak gösterilmeden yayınlanamaz.
    Phone : 0090 212 293 75 48 | Fax : 0090 212 293 75 49 |