Recently, during Türkiye's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's state visit to Algeria, the two governments signed agreements covering 12 different areas. These agreements cover a wide range of topics, including economy, trade, energy, infrastructure, agriculture, and education.
President Erdogan and Algerian President Abdelmajid Teben co chaired the second meeting of the Turkish Arab High Level Cooperation Committee in Algiers. After the meeting, the two leaders also signed a joint statement to record the results and consensus of the meeting.
When talking about trade exchanges between the two countries, Erdogan said: "Last year, the trade volume between the two countries reached a record $5.3 billion, and is expected to reach $6 billion by the end of this year. He hopes that the two sides can achieve the trade volume target of $10 billion jointly set. Türkiye hopes to promote the two countries to strengthen cooperation in the field of energy and renewable energy by establishing a new cooperative partnership with Algeria."
Teben said: "Turkish Algerian relations are strong and there is broad prospects for further cooperation. Algeria has become Türkiye's second largest trading partner in Africa."
The purpose of this visit and the agreement signed is to strengthen and deepen the cooperative relations between Türkiye and Algeria, and promote the economic development and regional cooperation between the two countries. The signing of these agreements will pave the way for further cooperation between the two countries in various fields, bringing more benefits and opportunities to the two peoples. Keywords: overseas engineering, international engineering construction, foreign engineering construction news.
At the same time, the Türkiye Global News Agency Anadolu News Agency signed a cooperation agreement with the Algerian News Agency. Mechanical column editor/Zhou Yingwen