World Bulletin / News Desk
Speaking at a news conference after the private meeting, Soylu said they discussed a number of matters during the meeting, including bilateral relations.
He said that expedition of a double taxation treaty between the two countries that was previously agreed on in November, 2015, regarding renewable energy, food, and agriculture, was discussed.
Soylu also said that the Senegalese government will soon send a delegation for a joint security practice on public order, traffic, and security areas.
Senegal and Turkey are rising values in the world thanks to two important values; democracy and stability, Soylu added.
The minister was accompanied by Nilgun Erdem Ari, Turkey’s Ambassador to Dakar, in the meeting.