World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit three countries in five days.
Erdogan will be in Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Bosnia-Herzegovina between September 11 and 15.
Prime Minister Erdogan's first stop in Azerbaijan will be the city of Qebele.
Erdogan will hold talks with Azerbaijani officials to boost cooperation between Turkey and Azerbaijan in the field of energy.
In Qebele, Erdogan will attend along with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev the meeting of the High Level Strategic Cooperation.
Among Erdogan's most important agenda items in Azerbaijan will be TANAP (Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline). The TANAP project involves carrying Azerbaijani gas to Europe via Turkey. The project will be completed by 2018 with an investment of 17 billion USD.
After completing talks in Qebele, Erdogan will proceed to the historic Azerbaijani city of Sheki.
Following his trip to Azerbaijan, Erdogan will visit Ukraine and later he will pay a visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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