Malaysian Prime Minister İsmail Sabri Yakub, who made an official visit to Turkey, held the signing ceremony of the agreements after the meetings at the Presidential Complex. Explaining that they are planning to carry out vaccine technology transfer and vaccine development studies together, President Erdoğan said that TURKOVAC will be made available in Malaysia.
ANKARA (IGFA) – President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan welcomed Malaysian Prime Minister İsmail Sabri Yakub, who is on an official visit to Turkey, with an official ceremony.
President Erdoğan welcomed Yakub at the main entrance of the Presidential Complex. After they took their places in the ceremony area, the national anthems of the two countries were played, accompanied by 21 guns. Jacob saluted the Guard Regiment Ceremonial Continent. Flags and soldiers representing the 16 Turkish states established in history also took part in the ceremony.
After the presentation of the delegations of the two countries, President Erdoğan and Prime Minister Yakub posed for the journalists by shaking hands in front of the Turkish and Malaysian flags on the stairs.
President Erdoğan and Yakub, who went to a tete-a-tete meeting, will attend the signing ceremony of the memorandums of understanding and held a joint press conference after the talks in the middle of the delegations.
Noting that the trade volume with Malaysia exceeded the level of 3.5 billion dollars last year, President Erdoğan stated that this will continue to increase, considering the 6-month data, and said that they will catch up to 5 billion dollars of exports in a short time.
TURKOVAC WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MALAYSIA
Noting that they are also evaluating new cooperation models and investment programs with faster progress in their targets, Erdoğan said that they will carry out joint studies on the launch of Turkey’s native vaccine, Turkovac, in Malaysia, and that they plan to carry out vaccine technology transfer and vaccine development studies together. Erdoğan stated that in addition to health, new agreements are aimed at the defense industry and education.
Stating that they also focused on global issues during the talks, President Erdoğan said that the two countries would increase their solidarity on various platforms.
Malaysian Prime Minister İsmail Sabri Yakub stated that cooperation with Turkey will be developed in a mutual form.
Malaysian Prime Minister Yakub said that food security issues between Malaysia and Turkey will be consistently taken up in the middle of the two countries. Yakub noted that he appreciated the faith of Turkish investors in Malta.