World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz came together on Thursday with French Minister of Industry and Development Arnaud Montebourg in historical Ankara Palace.
Yildiz said that they conducted an efficient and depolitized meeting with French minister over the energy cooperation between the two countries.
Yildiz stressed that nuclear power plant project in Sinop, which would be designed with France and Japan, will be not interrupted.
The nuclear power plant in Sinop is expected to be in operation in 2023, which is the 100th anniversary of Republic of Turkey.
French Minister Montebourg said that they have invited Turkish companies to invest in France, adding, "Both in energy sector and in production sector, we believe that we could develop joint strategies with Turkey."
Montebourg said that they aimed to develop mutual investments both in Turkey and France, and especially aimed to increase joint investments in third countries with Turkey.
Montebourg also came together with Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc earlier in the day.Last Mod: 10 Ekim 2013, 18:12