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Turkish President approves agreement signed between Azerbaijan & Turkiye

Azerbaijan & Turkiye

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan approved an agreement on cooperation in the mining industry between Azerbaijan and Turkiye, Azernews reports with reference to Turkish government newspaper Resmi Gazete

The agreement provides for the expansion of cooperation in the mining industry.

Besides, in accordance with the agreement the working group is being created. Thus, the working group will consist of one representative, who will be appointed from both sides and their assistants. They will be able to attend meetings along with consultants and experts. The Parties shall inform each other of the appointment of a representative and assistant through diplomatic channels.

Working group meetings and protocol costs will be covered by the host country where the meeting is held. Other expenses associated with the work of the representative and his assistants, such as transportation and accommodation, will be paid by the parties.

To recall that the 12-point document was signed on December 22, 2021, in Baku.

On behalf of the Turkish government, the document was signed by Fatih Donmez, who at that time was the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, and on behalf of the Azerbaijani government, by the Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources Mukhtar Babayev.

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