Turkey, Saudi Arabia sign deal for military training

Turkey and Saudi Arabia signed a military agreement for scientific and technical cooperation Monday in Ankara.

Turkey, Saudi Arabia sign deal for military training

Turkey and Saudi Arabia signed a military agreement for scientific and technical cooperation Monday in Ankara.

Turkish Chief of Staff Gen. Ilker Basbug, and Saudi Arabia's Deputy Defense Minister and Prince Khalid bin Sultan signed the agreement at the honour hall in General Staff HQs in Ankara.

Gen. Basbug who spoke before the signature ceremony said the signing of the agreement would contribute to peace and stability in Middle East where problems continued to prevail.

He said the agreement would also contribute to promotion of bilateral relations based on brotherhood and cooperation.

In his part Prince Khalid bin Sultan said the deep rooted ties of brother hood between the two countries was a driving force behind the cooperation between the two countries.

He said they wanted to carry the cooperation between the armed forces of the two countries further and created a frame work that would boost this cooperation.

Bin Sultan said he hoped the agreement would lead to concrete steps to enhance the facilities and capabilities of the armed forces of the two countries.


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