Dhaka – Bangladesh and Turkey have signed two deals to strengthen bilateral economic cooperation between the two countries, officials said on Wednesday.
The memoranda of understanding were signed between the officials from both countries after a bilateral meeting between Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Turkey’s counterpart Binali Yildirim on Tuesday.
Yildirim arrived in Dhaka on a two-day official visit to Bangladesh on Monday night.
Of the two deals, one deal was signed for giving recognition on quality control of goods while another one for strengthening cooperation for flourishing small and medium scale enterprises.
Managing Director of SME Foundation of Bangladesh Shafiqul Islam and Prof Cevahir UZKURT, president of KOSGEB, (Small and Medium Enterprises Development Organisation of Turkey) signed the deal on development of Small and Medium Enterprises.
While Director General of Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution Sardar Abul Kalam and Sebahittin KORKNAZ, president of Turkish Standard Institution signed the deal on cooperation in the areas of quality control of goods.