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Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu held a press conference with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov at the Lütfi Kırdar Congress Center.
Davutoğlu said in his speech that terrorism is a crime against humanity. Davutoglu said Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov is pleased to welcome in Turkey.
Bulgaria's integrated with each other and with the two neighboring countries will go to Turkey, Davutoglu stressed that the high-speed train from Istanbul to Sofia referring also said that they discussed joint investment projects. .
"With the close cooperation with Turkey sürdürecektir.türki Bulgaria Bulgaria were the most integrated with each other and the two neighboring countries. Our paths, our people, all form an integrity with each other. We have discussed joint investments. We reaffirmed that we are very pleased with the fast train project going from Istanbul to Sofia and the steps taken on the highway connection. Hopefully the elections will perform immediately after the latter mechanism of high-level cooperation council between Turkey and Bulgaria in Bulgaria, "he said.
Davutoğlu stated that he would be honored to be present at the opening of a part of the highway that will connect Istanbul and Sofia. “Our trade volume is around 5 billion dollars, I hope that we will reach 10 billion dollars as soon as possible. Great acceleration of Turkish investments in Bulgaria and Bulgarian initiatives in Turkey kazanI believe you will. Mr. Borisov, as our close friend, made great efforts to accelerate our relations. We believe that with the increase in roads, high-speed trains and air transportation, the neighborly relations between our people will develop further. Our compatriots in Bulgaria are one of the most important elements of this friendship ring. From now on, the citizens of Turkey and Bulgaria will continue to be friends and neighbors both in our region and all over the world.”