By Enes Kaplan
Turkey and Algeria signed a number of agreements late Monday in the Algerian capital in presence of Turkey’s president and Algeria’s prime minister.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan received Ahmed Ouyahia at a hotel in Algiers and a ceremony was held afterwards for signing several agreements between the two countries.
Turkey and Algeria’s foreign ministers signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between Turkey’s Foreign Ministry Diplomacy Academy and the Algerian Foreign Ministry’s Diplomatic and International Relations Institute.
Another memorandum of understanding regarding cooperation on agriculture was signed between the agriculture ministers of the two countries.
The culture ministers of both countries signed a cooperation protocol for utilizing the common cultural heritage between Turkey and Algeria.
Other signed agreements included cooperation on hydrocarbons and a cooperation protocol on a Turkology project signed between Turkey’s Yunus Emre Institute and Algeria’s Setif-2 University.
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