Turkish government to review law on TIKA

The minister said the agency was working to raise its project coordination offices in 23 countries to 30.

Turkish government to review law on TIKA

The Turkish government is planning to review a law concerning the Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA).

Turkish State Minister Faruk Celik said that the government was willing to review the TIKA law.

"We will set a road map for next year," Celik said during a TIKA meeting in Ankara.

The minister said the agency was working to raise its project coordination offices in 23 countries to 30.

Established in 1992, TIKA operates in many countries across Africa, Asia and Europe, delivering development assistance to partner countries through its projects and activities.

TIKA was formed on the basis of providing development assistance foremost to developing countries where Turkish is spoken and countries that border Turkey as well as improving cooperation through projects and programs in economic, commercial, technical, social, cultural and educational arenas.


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