World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay visits to Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Bosnia-Herzegovina between September 11-15.
A statement by Prime Ministry Press Center said on Wednesday that Erdogan would participate in the second meeting of Turkey-Azerbaijan High Level Strategic Cooperation Council in Baku on September 11. The prime minister would also hold talks with Azerbaijani officials during his visit, it said.
On September 12, Erdogan will proceed to Ukraine to attend the second meeting of Turkey-Ukraine High Level Strategic Cooperation Council.
On September 14-15, he will visit Bosnia-Herzegovina to receive an award which will be presented on behalf of Isa-Beg Ishakovic, founder of Bosnian capital Sarajevo.
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