Ukraine–Turkey partnership is at peak of its development

since it commenced 30 years ago reported uazmi.com. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, discussed the preparation of the 10th meeting of the High-Level Strategic Council, security in the Black Sea, military-technical cooperation, free trade agreement, and tourism. “The main topic of our talks today is the preparation of the 10th meeting of the High-Level Strategic Council, chaired by presidents Zelensky and Erdoğan. The meeting will take place

Ukraine and Turkey can carry out joint space projects,

 Volodymyr Taftay, head of Ukraine’s Space Agency, told Turkey’s Anaadolu Agency. With cooperation, a space rocket or satellite co-produced by Ukraine and Turkey can be sent into space, said Taftay, who plans to visit the Turkish Space Agency later this year. He said: “Cooperation is much stronger than being alone in any project. Especially with long-term partners like Turkey.”

Pressured by Russia’s military threats against Ukraine

, the Presidents of Turkey and Ukraine met for a three-hour meeting in Istanbul on Saturday and agreed to speed up reaching an agreement on a free trade pact between the two countries. The cross-Black Sea pact is designed to double bilateral trade to $10 billion. To put an end to a decade of official talks, both countries agreed to an ‘audit’ of all problem issues with an eye to signing this year.