Gül: We are working on oil, natural gas and railway lines. President Abdullah Gül held a press conference before moving to Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, to hold official contacts.
President Abdullah Gül held a press conference before moving to Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, to hold official contacts. Stating that they are working on projects such as rose, oil, natural gas and railway lines, "We aim to consolidate peace and stability and prosperity in the South Caucasus with all these projects." said.
President Gül held a press conference before his move from the State Guesthouse at Ataturk Airport to Tbilisi. Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu and Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yıldız will also attend the delegation of Gül, accompanied by ministers Faruk Çelik and Lütfi Elvan.
Gul said Turkey, said in a statement on the visit, Azerbaijan and specified the join the tripartite summit between Georgia. President Gul said that the meeting of the three countries' foreign ministers will come together and will be placed in a new frame by moving to the level of the presidents. Gül said, “Together with these two partners in the South Caucasus, we have realized many important projects until today. We have tried to increase the welfare of our people with the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Oil Pipeline and the Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum Natural Gas Pipelines. Now we are working on projects of strategic importance, such as the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway and the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas line. With all these projects, we aim to consolidate peace and stability and prosperity in the South Caucasus. ” spoke in the form.
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Stating that he will meet with Georgian President and Prime Minister on 7 May in another dimension of his contacts in Tbilisi, Gül said, “We launched the pass-through application in 2011, which allows Georgia to travel without passports. Batumi Airport is used jointly. We will soon start a single window application at the customs. All of these are the issues we will focus on during our contacts in Georgia. ” said.
Stating that economic and commercial cooperation will also be the common point of the talks, Gül said that he will make a speech in the forum where businessmen will participate in Tbilisi. Gül said, “Our aim is to increase our trade volume, which is around 1 and a half billion dollars, our investments in Georgia, which is approaching one billion dollars, and the share of our companies in infrastructure projects such as hydroelectric power plants, hotels and public housing.” used expressions.
Rose, the follow-up after the meeting did not take questions from members of the press.