Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as part of a visit to New Delhi, held a meeting on Saturday with a colleague from Brazil Louis Inasiu Lula da Silvai.
Negotiations took place on the fields of the 18th summit of the leaders of the Big Twenty countries (G20), which takes place in the exhibition center Prague Maidan (Bharat Mandapam).
During the meeting that took place in the regime closed for the press, the parties discussed the steps that can be taken to further develop Turkish-brousal ties. In addition, an exchange of views on regional and global problems regarding both countries was held.
Erdogan wished the success of Brazil, which will preside the G20
The Turkish leader also noted that thanks to joint efforts, the volume of trade between Turkey and Brazil, which last year amounted to $ 5.6 billion, can be brought up to $ 10 billion.
The negotiations were the head of the Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, the head of the National Intelligence Organization Ibrahim Kalyn, the head of the Administration of the Presidential Administration Fakhrettin Altun, the Minister of Finance and the Treasury Mehmet Shimshki, the head of the presidential office of the president Hassan Dogan, the adviser to the president on foreign policy and security Akif Chagatai Kylych.