Türkiye and Sweden have agreed to expand bilateral ties and increase the trade volume to $5 billion in the coming period as the latter is seeking the Turkish parliament’s approval to enter NATO, Trend reports citing Daily News.
Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson completed his two-day trip to Türkiye, his first visit to a non-European Union country since he came to power a couple of weeks ago. He met President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and held a joint press conference following talks in the Turkish presidential compound late on Nov. 8.
The Swedish premier has informed that his delegation included some prominent Swedish businessmen in a sign that shows his government’s willingness to further improve the bilateral ties in all fields. Läs artikel