Russian PM and Turkish Vice President discuss Akkuyu and Turkish Stream
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay have had a phone call to discuss issues of trade and economic cooperation and implementation of joint projects, the Russian cabinet’s press service reported.
It was noted that special attention was placed on issues of trade and economic cooperation and joint efforts to boost bilateral trade.
They also touched upon the topics of implementing large-scale industrial and energy projects, including the construction of Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant in Turkey as well as operation of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline, TASS reported
Mishustin and Oktay also agree to ramp up cooperation in transport and agriculture as well as other spheres that interest both parties, the service added.
In addition, "Mikhail Mishustin and Fuat Oktay exchanged opinions on measures taken in Russia and Turkey to curb the spread of coronavirus infection and organization of work to return citizens of the two countries," the statement reads.