Preparations for 7th Summit of Turkic Council in Azerbaijan discussed in Bishkek

Ankara, February 9, AZERTAC

Secretary General of the Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States Baghdad Amreyev and President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sooronbay Jeenbekov have discussed the preparations for the 7th Summit of the Turkic Council in Azerbaijan as they met in Bishkek.

Secretary General Amreyev briefed President Sooronbay Jeenbekov on recent activities of the Turkic Council and events carried out during the current Chairmanship of Kyrgyzstan in the organization for the period of 2018-2019. The secretary general hailed the contribution of Kyrgyzstan to the cooperation process among Turkic Council Member States and expressed his confidence that the interstate relations will reach the highest level during the Chairmanship of the Kyrgyz Republic.

He informed the President about efforts taken by the Turkic Council in boosting the economic and commercial ties among countries, highlighting the actions towards establishing economic and financial instruments for enhancing economic cooperation among member countries, namely - Joint Investment Fund and Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Turkic Speaking Countries.

Baghdad Amreyev also stated that “Small and Medium Entrepreneurship” has chosen as the theme of the next 7th Summit of Turkic Summit to be held in Azerbaijan on October 3, underling that promotion of SME development, exports and investments will directly give impetus to socio-economic development of the Member States.

President Jeenbekov emphasized its full support and contribution of his country to the activities of Secretariat of the Turkic Council. He mainly underlined the necessity to hold events aimed at improving economic and trade cooperation among the Member States of the Turkic Council, with a special emphasis on possibility of conducting business forums.


Sabir Shahtakhti 

Special correspondent

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