The 10th Summit of the Heads of State of the Organization of Turkic States (OTS) is set to take place on November 3, 2023, in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, OTS released a press statement regarding this, APA reports.
Hosted by His Excellency Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Summit is expected to gather Presidents of Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Türkiye, and Uzbekistan. Additionally, Heads of State/Government from OTS Observers and the Secretary General of the OTS will be in attendance.
The Summit meeting, held under the motto "Turk Time!", will serve as a crucial platform for high-level discussions on the extensive agenda of the Organization. Leaders will make decisions on pivotal matters, finalize agreements, and endorse official documents related to OTS projects in fields such as economy, trade, transport, and customs. The agenda will also include discussions on political and economic developments within the region and beyond, addressing key aspects of multilateral cooperation among Member States and Observers.
The Leaders will also exchange views on political and economic developments in the region and beyond, addressing key issues of multilateral cooperation among the Member States and Observers in various fields.
As the Summit concludes, the Chairmanship-in-Office will pass from Uzbekistan to Kazakhstan. During this closing ceremony, Heads of State will sign the Astana Act and Astana Summit Declaration, along with several relevant resolutions.
Preceding the Summit, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OTS will convene in Astana to finalize agenda items for the Leaders’ Summit and the documents to be signed by the Heads of State.