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Algeria, Turkey to cooperate on Defence Industry

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  1. Hakan

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    The Turkish Cabinet has approved of a cooperation agreement between Turkey and Algeria in the defense industry, a notice published in the Official Gazette on Wednesday said.

    The agreement between the two countries, which underlines cooperation in research and development in the defense industry, the production of military accoutrements and providing technical assistance in modernizing those accoutrements, was signed on May 7, 2013.

    The agreement says both countries stipulate cooperating on knowledge and expert exchange, developing the abilities of personnel working in the field, providing technical and logistical support and enhancing the capacities of the defense industries in both countries.

    With this agreement, Turkey and Algeria will engage in joint projects in R&D and the design and development of military equipment, weapon
    systems and auxiliary equipment.


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    I wonder how Turkey is regarded in Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco and Libya. anyway, more co-operation with these countries means possibly less co-operation between these countries and the west, which is welcome imo.
     
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    Turkey and Turks are well regarded in Algeria...
     
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    Nishan_101 BANNED

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    Libya and Tunisia must also join in.