Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s four-day official trip to North African countries Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia will be an opportunity for Turkey to bolster its policy of opening up to the African continent, experts agree.
“These three North African countries are of great importance for Turkey in its engagement policy with the continent,” Cahit Tuz, Middle East adviser in the Turkish Parliament, said in remarks to Today’s Zaman.
Turkey to guide Tunisia in technology
The METU Teknokent manager said Turkey was in a position to cooperate closely with Tunisia in technology.
Turkey could advise and work with the Tunisian government in the technology field, said Mustafa Kiziltas, Manager of Ankara’s Middle East Technical University (METU) Teknokent, as the countries signed a protocol on technology cooperation this week.