Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is poised to visit Uzbekistan on November 8-9 to partake in the 16th summit of the Economic Cooperation Organization, scheduled to convene in Tashkent, TuraNews.kz reports citing the Anadolu Agency.
The Communications Directorate of the Turkish Presidential Administration has confirmed that President Erdogan is slated to address the summit meeting on Thursday, November 9. During this occasion, he is expected to engage in bilateral discussions with the leaders of the participating countries, fostering a platform for dialogue and collaboration.
The summit will revolve around discussions on various key matters, with a primary focus on enhancing the effectiveness of the Economic Cooperation Organization. As one of its founding members, Türkiye has a vested interest in elevating the organization’s performance and advancing trade, transportation networks, and connectivity among the participating nations. The visit underscores the significance of Türkiye’s role in the region and its dedication to bolstering economic cooperation and fostering stronger ties with Uzbekistan and fellow member states.