After a high-level meeting on Wednesday at the presidential palace in Seoul, between the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in, Turkey and South Korea agreed on “close cooperation for successful implementation of Turkey’s 2023 Vision agenda, according to a joint statement from the two countries’ leaders”, Anadolu news agency reports.
“Turkey’s 2023 Vision, marking the centenary of the Republic of Turkey, sets specific targets for improvements in the areas of economic activity, energy, healthcare, and transport for 2023, including becoming one of the world’s top 10 economies”, the news agency reads.
Apart from Turkey’s 2023 Vision agenda Erdogan and Moon talked about the current developments in the Middle East, including the Palestinian issue and the Syrian crisis. As far as Syria is concerned the two heads of state underlined the need for a sustainable solution to the Syrian crisis that would be the result of global efforts…. / IBNA