Turkey and Mali sign two cooperation agreements

imgTurkey and Mali signed two agreements while Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu met with his Malian counterpart Tieman Hubert Coulibaly in the capital city of Ankara on Wednesday.

“I am honored and extremely pleased to welcome my friend and brother Coulibaly to Ankara,” said Davutoğlu in a joint press conference, adding, “We have signed two deals with Coulibaly, who is paying a visit to Turkey to participate in the Mixed Economic Commission meetings.”

The Action Plan for the Development of Cooperation between Turkey and Mali and The Memorandum of Understanding on the Development of Cooperation between the Diplomatic Academies were reportedly signed between the two countries after a closed-to-press meeting was held by the two ministers.

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