World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Environment & Urbanization Minister Erdogan Bayraktar met Macedonia's Minister of Environment & Physical Planning Abdilaqim Ademi in Skopje on Saturday.
Bayraktar said that they discussed climate change, environmental and spatial planning during their meeting.
He noted that Macedonia, thanks to its neighbors and location in Europe, had a good potential in environment and development aspects.
We are ready to do what is necessary for development of Macedonia, said Bayraktar.
Ademi said that the political and diplomatic relations between Turkey and Macedonia were perfect, adding that economic relations were also on good level.
Recalling that Turkey and Macedonia signed a cooperation agreement on environment in 2007, Ademi said that they were about to sign a new agreement which would be completed by the end of the year.
Ademi said that they wanted to benefit from Turkey's experiences in environment and climate change issues.
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