The heads of the foreign ministries of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Türkiye held talks in Turkmenistan’s Avaza National Tourist Zone on Tuesday on the eve of first trilateral summit between the Presidents of the three countries.
The parties exchanged views on the current state and prospects of multifaceted cooperation between the countries. The meeting also discussed the progress of the practical implementation of the agreements reached earlier, and topical issues on the global and regional agenda, the official Turkmen media reports.
During the talks, the sides stated that Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Türkiye approached the first summit with a solid experience of interaction.
The parties made a number of constructive proposals on the development of interaction in strategic vectors for the economies of the three countries. Particular emphasis was placed on the importance of building up partnerships in trade-economic, energy, transport-communications spheres, as well as in the humanitarian area, according to the report.
As noted in the meeting, the realization of the existing huge potential for deepening productive contacts between Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Türkiye will contribute to the further expansion of fruitful cooperation built on the basis of equality and trust.
The summit between the Presidents of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Türkiye will take place on December 14 in the Avaza national tourist zone in the city of Turkmenbashi (Turkmenistan) on the Caspian coast. The meeting is expected to discuss steps to further deepen cooperation between the three countries, primarily in the fields of trade, energy and transport.