[size=30]Erdogan visits Qatar to participate in the meeting of the Supreme Strategic Committee[/size]
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan left Monday for Qatar to participate in the fifth meeting of the Turkish-Qatari High Strategic Committee.
According to the Anatolia news agency, Recep Tayyip Erdogan left Turkey from the airport of Esenboga in the capital Ankara.
During his visit, Erdogan will meet with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
The statement added that the leaders of the two countries will chair the fifth meeting of the Turkish-Qatari High Strategic Committee, which will include ministers and officials from both countries.
The visit will also review the Turkish-Qatari relations at all levels, discuss ways of deepening bilateral cooperation in various fields, as well as discussing many regional and international issues.
During the visit, the two countries are expected to sign several new agreements and memoranda of understanding in various fields.
On the sidelines of his visit to Doha, Erdogan plans to visit the Turkish military base in Qatar.
The Turkish president was seen off by his deputy, Fuad Oktay, the governor of Ankara and Wasp Shahin, the mayor Mansour Yawash and a number of officials.
Erdogan is accompanied by ministers: Sports and Youth Mehmet Kassaboglu, Treasury and Finance Barat Albayrak, Defense Hulusi Akar, Industry and Technology Mustapha Warank, Trade Ruhsar Bekegan, Head of Liaison Office in the Presidency Fakhruddin Altun, and Head of Intelligence Hakan Fidan.
The committee was formed to implement a joint security agreement, and within a security cooperation protocol signed in 2011, and hold meetings alternately between the two countries. Finished 2