Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States makes public program of Gabala summit

 Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States makes public program of Gabala summit
# 10 August 2013 09:21 (UTC +04:00)

This year the Summit will concentrate on “transportation and connectivity”. Within the scope of the Summit, the Council of Foreign Ministers will convene on August 15 while the Council of Heads of States will meet on August 16. Senior Officials of the Foreign Ministries will meet on August 14.

For the first time in history, different ministers responsible for different spheres of cooperation came together within the framework of the Turkic Council.

The Terminology Committee comprised of experts from countries held its first meeting in November 2012 in Istanbul. The Committee discussed a number of issues related to developing common Turkic terminology including such projects as publishing various dictionaries as well as Turkic toponymic atlas.

A Cooperation Protocol among Transport Ministers was signed during the meeting. Parties also agreed to establish a Coordination Council consisting of Deputy Ministers as an intermediary organ which will deal with potential problems.

The aforementioned decisions as well as the outcomes of other meetings held throughout the past year will be presented for approval to the Presidents of the Member States at the Gabala Summit.

Note that, the Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States was established in 2009. The Council comprises Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkey.

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