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Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu accompanied President Erdoğan during his visit to Sudan, Chad and Tunisia, 24-27 December 2017

Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu accompanied President Erdoğan during his visit to Sudan, Chad and Tunisia, 24-27 December 2017

Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu accompanied President Erdoğan who paid official visits to Sudan, Chad and Tunisia, 24-27 December 2017.

President Erdoğan’s visits to Sudan and Chad were of historic importance in that they were the first visits from Turkey to these countries at the Presidential level. President Erdoğan’s visit to Tunisia constituted the first visit from Turkey to this country at the Presidential level since 2012.

President Erdoğan was welcomed by President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan with an official ceremony on December 24th.

President Erdoğan and his Sudanese counterpart held a joint press conference after they held their bilateral meeting and co-chaired the meeting between delegations.

President Erdoğan addressed Sudanese members of parliament at the National Assembly of Sudan.

Thirteen bilateral agreements that included topics such as strategic cooperation, trade, forestry, education, tourism, mining, science and technology were signed.

President Erdoğan was also conferred with the Order of the State of Sudan by President Al-Bashir.

Ottoman era architectural sites that have been restored by TIKA in the island of Sevakin were visited on 25th of December, Monday.