Turkey, Islamic Development Bank sign MoU

The memorandum will facilitate a credit of up to two billion USD in the next three years.

Turkey, Islamic Development Bank sign MoU

Turkey and the Islamic Development Bank signed a memorandum of understanding based on the meetings of the Member Country Partnership Strategy.

The memorandum was signed by the Undersecretary of Turkish Treasury Ibrahim H. Canakci and the Islamic Development Bank's Chairman Ahmad Mohamed Ali in Ankara on Thursday.

The memorandum will facilitate a credit of up to two billion USD in the next three years.

The purpose of the Bank is to foster the economic development and social progress of member countries and Muslim communities.

56 countries are members of the Islamic Development Bank.


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