ANKARA, Dec 31, (Asia Free Press): The Turkish government has approved several international agreements in areas of sports, transportation, economy and trade, according to the country’s Official Gazette, issued on Thursday.
According to the Official Gazette, the said agreements were signed with Palestine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Vietnam and Lesotho.
The 2021 amendments made in the annexes of “the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road” prepared under the UN Economic Commission for Europe, was ratified.
With the decision, about 40 sections, as well as sub-articles of the agreement, were amended.
A cooperation agreement signed on Feb 6, 2018, between Turkey and Palestine in youth and sports was also ratified.
With this agreement, the two countries will cooperate in many fields such as lifelong learning, family, education, culture, science and technology, and arts and entrepreneurship, Gazette says.
Both countries will also organise joint youth camps, exchange programs, and projects, while similar projects will be carried out, including works on sports organisations and encouragement of women in sports.
The two countries will invite each other to the sports events they organise.
A Turkey-Palestine Joint Committee will also be established to evaluate and develop cooperation on youth and sports policies and encourage new partnerships, mentioned in the Official Gazette.
The agreement will be effective after mutual notification following the completion of the legal process in the two countries, it stated.
Turkey also ratified the protocol of the Turkish-Uzbek International Joint Commission on International Road Transport meeting that was held in Tashkent on June 30-July 1.
Meanwhile, the protocol of the Azerbaijani-Turkish Joint Commission on international road transport meeting that was signed in Istanbul on June 25, and the Archive Cooperation Protocol signed in Baku on May 10, 2012 were also ratified.