Erdogan’s deputy meets Saudi trade minister in Istanbul

Erdogan’s deputy meets Saudi trade minister in Istanbul
Erdogan’s deputy meets Saudi trade minister in Istanbul

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)–Fuad Aktay, Turkish Vice President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, met Thursday with Saudi Trade Minister Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi, in Istanbul.

And the official Turkish news agency “Anatolia” reported that Aktay and Al-Qasabi discussed bilateral relations between Turkey and Saudi Arabia, especially trade relations, during their meeting at the Istanbul Convention Center, while no official Saudi comment on the meeting has yet been issued.

The eighth edition of the Halal Products Exhibition and the “Seventh World Halal Summit” were launched in Istanbul on Thursday, for the member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, according to “Anatolia”.

Aktay said, in a speech during the opening session, that “the important reason for halal products is to put products in a way that suits Muslims, and these products are now in demand globally from non-Muslim countries and are now being produced by countries such as Brazil, France and New Zealand.”

He added, “The halal market was 4 trillion dollars in 2017, today it has reached more than 7 trillion dollars, which increases the importance of the exhibition and its role in establishing commercial partnerships in the current session, and we hope to achieve our goal.”

 
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