It was reported that at the fourth positive agenda meeting of the Turkey-Greece Joint Action Plan, a framework was established to finalize relevant agreements that could be signed during the next high-level meeting.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs published the Joint Statement of the Fourth Positive Agenda Meeting of the Turkey-Greece Joint Action Plan.
It was indicated in the statement that Deputy Foreign Minister Ambassador Burak Aksabar met with his Greek counterpart Konstantinos Fragkogiannis in Ankara in the fourth round of the joint action plan between the two countries within the scope of the “positive agenda”.
The aforementioned statement stated that a detailed update of the progress made at the meeting was made within the framework of 25 topics such as developing cooperation in the fields of entrepreneurship, tourism, energy, transportation, communications, maritime, and information and communication technology. , education, social security, health and the environment are on the list of the “positive agenda”.
The statement emphasized that several items were successfully completed and satisfactory progress was made on some of the other items on the list:
The talks provided a framework for finalizing relevant agreements that could be signed during the next high-level meeting. In view of the significant progress that has been made in this active and ongoing process, the two sides agreed to explore additional cooperation issues in the context of the “Positive Agenda”.
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