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Turkey and Israel have agreed to "reenergize" relations in several fields, Foreign Minister Mevlut Сavushoghlu said at a press conference with his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid on Wednesday during the first official visit by a Turkish foreign minister to Israel in 15 years.
Axar.az reports that Lapid, for his part, said that Turkiye and Israel are opening a new chapter in relations and aim to expand economic ties while beginning to work on a new civil aviation agreement.
"The goal is to form and expand economic and civil cooperation between our countries to create business to business and people to people connections and to leverage our two countries, with their comparative advantages regionally and globally, even during the pandemic, and even in times of political tension," Lapid said.
"We agreed to bring new synergy to our bilateral relations in many fields and establish different mechanisms from now on," Сavushoglu said.
2022.05.26 / 09:51