Turkey and Kyrgyzstan signed the protocol of the 11th Joint Economic Commission of Turkey and Kyrgyzstan (SEC) and the corresponding action plan of 62 points.
Turkish Vice-President Jewdad Yilmaz and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan Akylbek Dzhaparov held meetings from one to one and as part of delegations in the presidential complex in Ankara.
After negotiations, chaired by Jilmaz and Dzhaparov, the 11th meeting of the joint economic commission Turkey-Kyrgyzstan was held.
After the meeting, the ceremony of signing agreements between the two countries began.
In the presence of Yilmaz and Dzhaparov, who seized the SEC protocol and the corresponding action plan of 62 articles, between the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, the Protocol on amendments to the International Road Transport Agreement, signed in Bishkek on April 28, 1992 years “and” Memorandum of understanding of cooperation between the Assembly of exporters of Turkey and the Kyrgyz Center for Promotion and Development of Export “.
– the purpose of the trade volume of $ 5 billion in the medium term
speaking together with Dzhaparov with a statement for the press after the signing ceremony, Yilmaz said that business forums, bilateral and mockery meetings and meetings were very productive and successfully completed in accordance with fraternal and friendly relations between the two countries.
Jewdad Yilmaz said that Turkey continues to strengthen bilateral trade and economic relations with Kyrgyzstan. According to him, the fruits of cooperation are clearly demonstrated by the growing volume of trade. The vice president added that at present the volume of bilateral trade reached 1.6 billion dollars, and with the help of today’s meeting, this line will be passed.
Having stated that their goal is to reach $ 2 billion this year at the first stage and $ 5 billion in the medium term, he noted that the parties agreed to take the necessary steps to increase mutual investments.
He said that today Turkish contractors implemented 93 projects in Kyrgyzstan worth about one billion dollars.
“They put their signatures in the iconic work in Kyrgyzstan, and that they are ready to implement large projects that will contribute to the development of Kyrgyzstan in the coming period,” added vice president.
According to him, the parties agreed to use many opportunities in all areas that can bring common benefit.
Yylmaz emphasized that in addition to expanding mutual trade and investment, it is planned to expand initiatives in many areas, such as energy, agriculture, real estate, transport, healthcare, education, rational use of water resources, culture and industry.