Turkish Trade Minister Mehmet Muş held talks with Lebanese Economy and Trade Minister Amin Salam to enhance ways of economic cooperation.
This came on the sidelines of the twelfth ministerial conference organized by the World Trade Organization in Geneva, and the Turkish minister said, We discussed bilateral trade, investments and contracting, and we attach great importance to developing our relations with Lebanon.
He also added that he later met with the Czech Minister of Industry and Trade Josef Sekila.
He also explained that they discussed “bilateral trade relations and investments, the joint economy and trade mechanism with the Czech Republic, relations between Turkey and the European Union and the modernization of the customs union.”
During the conference, which is scheduled to last until June 15, ministers of member states of the World Trade Organization will discuss the role of the organization in combating the Corona epidemic and its effects.