Turkey and Azerbaijan to sign space and technology agreements – Ankara

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Baku and Ankara will sign several agreements including space technologies that would allow the two countries to act together, particularly in the field of satellites.

The two countries, which have deep economic ties, also aim to mutually establish a technopark. (AA)

Turkey and Azerbaijan are about to sign several agreements that will cover space, technology and industry, Turkey’s Minister of Industry and Technology said.

Mustafa Varank spoke with Anadolu Agency on the sidelines of Teknofest Azerbaijan, the first foreign edition of Turkey’s main aviation, space and technology festival, currently taking place in Baku.

The minister said on Friday that the two countries will sign different agreements, including one between the Turkish Space Agency and the Azerbaijani Space Agency, which will allow the two countries to act together, especially in the field of satellites.

The two countries, which have deep economic ties, also aim to mutually establish a technopark, Varank said at the event, which was first held in 2018.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to arrive in Baku on Saturday and visit the site with his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev.

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Source: AA

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