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07.04.2021 15:42 News >> Turkey Hands Over Term Presidency Of D8 To Bangladesh

Turkey Hands Over Term Presidency Of D8 To Bangladesh

Turkey will share its 'best practices' in field of tourism with D8 members, says Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.

Turkey's foreign minister on Wednesday handed over the term presidency of the Developing 8 (D8) Council of Foreign Ministers to Bangladesh.
"Wishing them every success. Will continue our efforts to put into practice great economic potential of @D8org. Will share our best practices in the field of tourism with D-8 members," Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Twitter.
Speaking at the virtual summit of the D8 Council of Foreign Ministers hosted by Dhaka, Cavusoglu stressed the importance of multilateralism and cooperation during difficult pandemic times.
"As Turkey, we emphasized the importance of solidarity and cooperation in fighting COVID-19 from the very beginning," he said, adding that Turkey has helped 157 countries and 12 international organizations during this time, as well as supported debt derogation initiatives for poor countries in the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and Group of 20.
He said technology and youth are the two major transformative forces of the new era, adding that it is necessary to benefit from young people, who are the source of dynamism, innovation, and creative ideas, and to keep up with advanced technologies.
Cavusoglu noted that member countries should not only be the users but also the manufacturers of these technologies.
Noting that the D8 Preferential Trade Agreement constitutes the basis of trade and economic cooperation within the bloc, Cavusoglu invited all members to put this agreement into effect.
He went on to say that facilitating trade is another important step toward boosting relations among the D8 countries, adding that Turkey is ready to host the meeting.
The minister highlighted that one of the most affected sectors by pandemic was tourism.
Turkey, he said, started a safe tourism concept and reopened its resorts to tourism in line with the guidelines of the UN World Tourism Organization, adding that his country is ready to share the practices with other member states.
The D8 comprises Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Turkey. -



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