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Ukrainian, Turkish foreign ministers set bilateral agenda for 2019-2020

Delegations exchanged views on the security situation in the Azov-Black Sea region
22:12, 1 February 2019

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The head of the foreign ministry of Ukraine, Pavlo Klimkin and his Turkish colleague Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu outlined the bilateral agenda of the countries for 2019-2020, the press service of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine reports.

Following the talks, a Plan of Consultations for 2019-2020 was signed between the Foreign Ministries of the two countries.

The central topic was the preparations for the Eighth High-Level Strategic Council meeting chaired by the Presidents of Ukraine and Turkey, which to be held this year in Ukraine.

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The delegations exchanged views on the security situation in the Azov-Black Sea region and the Middle East, peacemaking initiatives to stop the Russian aggression in Donbas, expanding cooperation in the trade-economic, energy, defense area, finalizing the negotiations on the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Ukraine and Turkey.

As we reported, Ukraine and Turkey are working on the creation of the FTA between the countries.

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