World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Energy & Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz arrived in Ashkabad, Turkmenistan on Sunday.
Yildiz held a short meeting with Turkmen Minister of Oil & Gas Industry & Mineral Resources Kakageldi Abdyllayew at the airport, and then told reporters that his meetings would focus on Turkmenistan's contributions in energy structuring as well as natural gas need of Turkey and EU member states, noting that they would hold a quadruple meeting on Monday with participation of Turkmen, Azerbaijani, Turkish and EU officials.
Yildiz, today, will hold meetings with Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers for Oil & Gas Baymyrat Hojamuhammedow, Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers for Energy-Sector Work With Foreign Firms Yagsygeldi Kakayew, and Minister of Oil & Gas Industry & Mineral Resources Abdyllayew.
Yildiz will be received by Turkmen leader Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow on Monday.
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