BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 16. It is
essential to step up efforts to provide further volumes of
pure fuel from the Caspian Sea to worldwide markets by
TANAP [Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline], Turkish Foreign
Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu stated on the assembly of the Council of
Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Turkic States in Ankara,
“We have collectively carried out large-scale power
initiatives such because the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline and TANAP.
With TANAP, we should step up our efforts to provide further
pure fuel from the Caspian to worldwide markets. The
Memorandum of Understanding that we signed with our Azerbaijani and
Turkmen brothers is essential from this perspective,” he
A gathering of the Council of Ministers of Foreign
Affairs of the Organization of Turkic States (OTS) has kicked off
in Ankara. The occasion takes place as a part of the OTS emergency
summit to be held at present in Ankara on the theme “Disaster Emergency
Management and Humanitarian Aid”.
As an intergovernmental group, the Organization
of Turkic States was based in 2009. Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan,
Kyrgyzstan, and Türkiye are its founding members. Uzbekistan turned
a full member on the seventh Summit, which passed off in Baku in
October 2019. During the Organization’s sixth Summit in Cholpon-Ata,
Kyrgyzstan, in September 2018, Hungary was granted observer standing.
Turkmenistan joined as an Observer Member of the Organization at
the eighth Summit in November 2021, and the Turkish Republic of
Northern Cyprus did the identical in November 2022.