Baaghi TV: Turkey has taken another step by deepening its ties with Qatar. Turkey and Qatar have signed a new financial agreement, advancing bilateral relations. Under which, Qatar has bought 10% shares of Istanbul Stock Exchange.
According to foreign media reports, the Turkish Ministry of Finance has said that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Qatari Investment Authority. Under which the company will buy 10% shares of Istanbul Stock Exchange.
The Ministry of Finance said that after the completion of the agreement, its share in the stock exchange will be 80.6%. In the context of further relations and coordination between the two countries, especially after the recent conclusion of numerous security and military agreements between the two, Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad recently arrived in Ankara with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to chair a meeting of Qatar’s Supreme Strategic Committee.
The sixth meeting of the Turkey-Qatar High Strategic Committee is being held in Ankara today to promote bilateral relations between Turkey and Qatar in various fields.
Earlier, the main meeting was held. He arrived in Ankara, Qatar, to attend the summit, where he was welcomed by President Erdogan with state honors.
Later, the two leaders met face-to-face, after which various agreements on bilateral cooperation were signed. President Erdogan and Emir of Qatar said that 18 meetings have been held between the two countries in the last 70 months which is an indication of the importance of bilateral relations.
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