Supply Chain Council of European Union |

Turkey, Cuba sign maritime cooperation agreement – Middle East Monitor

Turkey and Cuba have signed an agreement to bolster cooperation and reduce bureaucracy in the maritime field, Turkish authorities revealed on Friday.

The agreement was signed by Selim Dursun, the Turkish deputy transport and infrastructure minister, and Luis Alberto Amoros Nunez, the Cuban ambassador to Ankara.

As part of the agreement, the two countries aim to boost cooperation in several fields such as sea freight, fleet management, port construction and maintenance, sailor training, ship establishment and floating trade, according to a statement by the Transport and Infrastructure Ministry.

Turkey and Cuba plan to establish a platform to solve problems in those fields and create other cooperation mechanisms.

The deal also aims to reduce bureaucracy, helping other countries’ ships in accidents and visa-free landing implementation for sailors.

The agreement is expected to improve the bilateral trade and economic relations between the two countries.

READ: Turkey to build port in Eastern Mediterranean 

Related posts

Maritime Minister visits new port Tilbury2 to see progress


Staff issues impact post offices


FreightCasts Weekly Recap (2/24-3/1) | Benzinga


Leave a Comment