Turkey and Yemen removed visa requirements reciprocally.
Five agreements were signed between Turkey and Yemen on Monday within the scope of Turkish President Abdullah Gul's visit to this country.
Speaking to reporters in Sanaa where he is on an official trip, Gul said, it is crucial for Yemen to be in security for both the stability of the Arab peninsula, stability of Africa and safety of sea routes.
Touching on Turkish-Yemeni commercial ties, Gul said that the two countries had mutually lifted visa requirements.
Turkey will make great contributions to the economic development of Yemen. Turkey will erect an organized industrial zone in Yemen, Gul said.
Foreign Ministry Diplomacy Academy and Yemen's Foreign Ministry Diplomatic Institute, International Cooperation & Development Agency of Turkey (TIKA) and Yemeni Telecommunication & Information Technologies Ministry, TRT and Yemen's Television, and Anadolu Agency and SABA News Agency of Yemen signed cooperation agreements.
A.A Deputy Director General Tahsin Akti signed the agreement between Anadolu Agency and SABA News Agency of Yemen.
Meanwhile, it was reported that joint news conference planned to be made by President Abdullah Gul and Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Salih was postponed.
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