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a from the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan, capital Dohaalso met with Qatar Transport and Communications Minister Casim es-Saliti.
At a joint press conference after the meeting in Hamad Port in Doha, Arslan gave information about the meeting.
Reminding that they met with their Qatari counterpart, Saliti, at September 2016 in Istanbul, Arslan stated that the political, commercial and transport-communication relations between the two countries were discussed at the meeting today.
Arslan, who called for common sense for the solution of the ongoing crisis in the Gulf and stated that this would contribute to the peace and stability in the region, said:
I As a country, we will continue to take all necessary steps to overcome this crisis. In the economic field, both Qatari companies operating in Turkey, Turkish companies operating in both Qatar, also carries the trade relations between our countries with successful initiatives to a higher level. We are in a unanimous agreement to implement all cooperation potentials to further develop our relations with the Minister, whom we consider the relations of transport and communication between our countries within this beautiful framework. Kel
Emphasizing that they intend to take concrete steps in order to evaluate the land, sea and air transportation opportunities between the two countries and to deepen the cooperation in all transportation sectors, the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Arslan said: bir At this point, Qatar Airlines will be held three times a week. I would like to repeat once again that it will start in November. These voyages are a very pleasing development for our countries' civil aviation and our peoples. Hav
Antalya 20-21 which will be held between November International E-Commerce Conference in Qatar Transport and Communications Minister Arslan who invited the Shalit will be held in Doha xnumx.türki-Qatar High Strategic Committee meeting also beneficial results for both countries he said he wishes to have birth.
Qatari Prime Minister Abdullah Al Sani also noted that negotiations were expected Arslan then returned to Turkey.