President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will journey to Algeria to attend the second assembly of the Türkiye-Algeria Excessive-Degree Cooperation Council upon the invitation of his counterpart Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
Erdoğan will head to Algeria on Tuesday, the Presidential Communications Directorate stated, including that the 2 ministers will attend the assembly and likewise maintain bilateral talks to debate Türkiye-Algeria relations, in addition to steps to be taken to additional strengthen bilateral cooperation.
The 2 leaders may even focus on the continuing humanitarian tragedy in Gaza amid Israel’s assaults, and different regional and international developments.
Numerous agreements are anticipated to be signed between the 2 nations.
In September, Overseas Minister Hakan Fidan met his Algerian counterpart Ahmed Attaf in Ankara and highlighted increasing relations with North African nations and the broader continent the place Türkiye pursues a cooperative, ‘not exploitative’ method.