Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will pay an official visit to Algeria on November 21, 2023, to attend the Second Meeting of the Türkiye-Algeria High Level Cooperation Council.
The Council Meeting will be co-chaired by President Erdoğan and President Abdelmadjid Tebboune of Algeria and will be attended by relevant ministers from both countries.
During the Council Meeting, the two presidents will discuss the Türkiye-Algeria relationship, which has gained significant momentum in recent years. They will also address the steps that can be taken to further deepen bilateral cooperation.
In addition to bilateral relations, the two presidents will also exchange views on regional and global issues, particularly on Israel's attacks in Gaza and the occupied Palestinian lands.
Various agreements and memoranda of understanding are also expected to be signed on the occasion of the Council Meeting. These agreements will significantly contribute to the contractual basis of the Türkiye-Algeria relationship.
This visit is further evidence of the strong and growing relationship between Türkiye and Algeria. The two countries are working together to strengthen cooperation in a wide range of areas, including trade, investment, tourism, and defense. (ILKHA)
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