Türkiye and Israel cooperate in many fields, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told journalists on the plane when he returned from an official visit to Azerbaijan, Report informs.
The head of state also spoke about the expected visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Ankara: "Regarding the date of the visit, our Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues its work. I think that Netanyahu's trip to Türkiye, which was postponed due to his illness, will take place between October and November. After that, we will make our response trip."
Erdogan emphasized that there is cooperation between Türkiye and Israel in many fields and the emergence of new areas of cooperation is also a fact: "In particular, Europe is looking for stable energy sources due to the economic situation after the Russia-Ukraine war. Everyone knows that Israel is trying to move its resources to Europe. The most rational way is to deliver these resources to Europe through Türkiye. We discussed it in our last meeting and started working. On the other hand, there are opportunities for cooperation in drilling. We have given instructions to our respective friends to conduct technical investigations in this regard. As soon as possible, during our meetings in Türkiye and Israel, we will define the details such as the route, schedule, and drilling areas."