Turkey, Brazil agree on plan for strategic partnership

January 05, 2010, Tuesday/ 13:21:00
Turkey and Brazil have agreed to implement together an action plan for strategic partnership, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Tuesday.

Speaking at a joint press conference with his Brazilian counterpart Celso Amorim after their meeting in the Turkish capital, Ankara, Davutoğlu said Turkey-Brazil relations had improved significantly over the last years in both regional as well as global issues.

Davutoğlu said Turkey and Brazil would work together in the UN Security Council and Brazil made significant contributions to the Alliance of Civilizations project, adding that the two countries shared the same perspective on many global matters including climate change and nuclear issue.

"I believe that Turkey-Brazil relations would make major contributions to global and regional peace," Davutoğlu said adding that Turkey and Brazil had no political or economic problems between each other.

The visiting Brazilian foreign minister said on his part that Turkey played a major role in the world, adding that Turkey was also a significant actor in the Middle East.

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