Turkey, Serbia agree to open Islamic culture center in Belgrade
Turkey and Serbia have agreed to open a "Center for Islamic Culture" in Belgrade, said Turkish foreign ministry spokesman said.
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Turkey and Serbia have agreed to open a "Center for Islamic Culture" in Belgrade, said Turkish foreign ministry spokesman Burak Ozugergin said.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is in the Serbian capital Belgrade to attend a tripartite consultation meeting of Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia.
He met with Serb President Boris Tadic in a meeting closed to press, Anadolu Agency said.
Following the meeting, officials of the Turkish foreign ministry said that Davutoglu and Tadic discussed several projects carried out between the two countries, including a highway project in Serbia, infrastructure works in Sanjak region and a possible cooperation between Turkey's flag carrier Turkish Airlines (THY) and Serbia's national air carrier JAT Airways.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 16 Ocak 2010, 14:17