Showing posts with label global vision. Show all posts
Showing posts with label global vision. Show all posts

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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Many Japanese-Turkish projects underway, says Erdogan

 A nuclear power plant will be built in Sinop with Japanese know-how and a science and technology university is planned for Istanbul [Constantinople]

TOKYO.-Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan talked about several high profile joint projects with Japan at the Turkish-Japanese Business Forum on Tuesday during his two-day trip to Japan.

Erdogan referred to the nuclear power plant that will be built in Sinop with a joint venture consortium of Japanese Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and French Areva. The deal for the project was signed between Erdogan and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe on May 3, 2013.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Japan PM heads to Turkey to push nuclear exports. His second visit since coming to power less than a year ago.

AFP - Japan's prime minister headed to Turkey Monday to cement nuclear contracts and push the export of more reactors as the industry tries to emerge from the shadow of the Fukushima atomic crisis.
Shinzo Abe left Tokyo bound for Istanbul (Constantinople), his second visit since coming to power less than a year ago, where he was expected to meet his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan for discussions on Turkish atomic reactor orders.
The trip came as the head of global investment giant Blackstone gave the thumbs up to "Abenomics", the latest evidence that Abe is winning over the global business community with an economic policy blitz aimed at getting Japan Inc. moving again.
Turkey is "an extremely important country", Abe told reporters at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Kyodo News reported. "I would like to solidify the relationship of mutual trust between the leaders."

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Turkey on way of being global power....

Turkey's EU Minister said interest, excitement and curiosity in US towards Erdogan showed Turkey was on way of being a global power.
Turkey's Minister of EU and chief negotiator Egemen Bagis said on Thursday that the interest, excitement and curiosity in the US towards Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan demonstrated Turkey's process of becoming a global power.
Bagis told AA in the US that a Turkish prime minister was hosted by head of state greeting protocol for the first time in history adding, "it is only Turkey today on all the streets of Washington. There is the excitement of hosting a Turkish prime minister as well as a world leader here."

Complaining that it was impossible to gather 90 Turks living in US in the past, Bagis said, "now we are here in US together with 90 Turkish businessmen. That is why I feel grateful to our prime minister."

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