Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with India Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Negotiations took place on the sidelines of the Summite of the Twenty Group (G20), which took place in the Indian capital on September 9-10.
The parties held a comprehensive discussion of relations between Turkey and India.
Considers projects that will expand economic relations and the volume of bilateral trade.
Leaders exchanged views regarding regional and international issues representing mutual interest.
On the Turkish side, the Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, the head of the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) Ibrahim Kalyn, the head of the Administration of the Presidential Administration Fakhrettin Altun, the Minister of Treasury and Finance Mehmeshki chief adviser to the president of foreign policy and security Akif Chagagay Kylych, chief adviser to President Sefer Turan and head of the office of the President Hassan Dogan.