Turkey, Cameroon sign visa deal, protocol

Turkish and Cameroonian parties signed an agreement on mutual visa exemption agreement as well as a protocol on technical, scientific and economic cooperation.

Turkey, Cameroon sign visa deal, protocol


Turkish President Abdullah Gul said on Tuesday that Turkey would keep providing humanitarian aids to Africa.

President Gul, who is paying a formal visit to Cameroon, delivered a speech in Turkey-Cameroon Business Forum in Yaounde.

Turkey attached a special importance to Africa and relations between Turkey and African countries have improved in the last 10 years, he said.

Gul said Turkey would keep becoming the voice of Africa on the international platforms.

"We attach a special importance to close cooperation with Cameroon," he said.

Turkey had 18 embassies in Africa and it would also open embassies in other 10 countries, he said.

Turkish contractors could make business in Cameroon, he said. Turkish businessmen could invest in the areas of mining, health and education in this country, Gul said.

"Visa deal"


Turkish President Abdullah Gul earlier had a meeting with Cameroon's President Paul Biya in Yaounde, Cameroon.

Biya decorated Gul with medal of merit of Cameroon before the meeting.

After their tete-a-tete meeting which lasted for nearly one and a half hours, Turkish and Cameroonian parties signed an agreement on mutual visa exemption agreement as well as a protocol on technical, scientific and economic cooperation.


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