Mexico’s Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said that his country stands in solidarity with Turkey in its struggle against terrorist organizations or any action that threatens the security and safety of the people.
This came in a press conference he held, Thursday, with his Turkish counterpart, Mevlut Cavusoglu, at the Turkish Foreign Ministry headquarters in the capital, Ankara.
Ebrard explained that his visit to Ankara aims to strengthen cooperation and develop existing relations between the two countries, stressing in this context his country’s desire to strengthen its relations with Turkey.
He continued, “We want peace and seek to achieve it. We are making efforts to achieve peace in Venezuela, and Turkey is playing a mediating role between Russia and Ukraine, and this means that both countries are seeking to find peaceful solutions.”
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He stressed the need to strengthen cooperation between Turkey and Mexico in the fields of tourism, trade, investments, technology and other sectors.
And he added, “We believe that we will be able to overcome the obstacles that impede the development of economic relations between us through the Free Trade Agreement.”
He stated that he will meet tomorrow, Friday, with Turkish businessmen, and will present them with the investment opportunities available in his country.