World Bulletin/News Desk
A Turkish Arab economy, commerce and investment ministerial summit will be held on September 24-25 in the southern Turkish city of Mersin.
A statement made on Monday by the Ministry of Economy reported that a total of 16 ministers from Bahrain, Algeria, Djibouti, Morocco, Palestine, Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, Libya, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia, Oman and Jordan will participate in the meeting alongside the deputy secretary general of the Arab League responsible for economic affairs. A joint declaration will be released at the end of the meeting following a joint press conference.
The summit, the largest and most comprehensive gathering between Turkey and the Arab world, has great significance when the developments in the region are taken into consideration.
Many issues will be addressed during the Summit, ıncluding the promotion of trade between Turkey and Arab League countries, creation of road maps for more investments, cooperation under international economic organizations and standardization of customs and foreign trade.Last Mod: 23 Eylül 2013, 12:36