On Sunday, Turkey and Saudi Arabia signed commercial agreements in a variety of fields at the Saudi-Turkish Economic Forum.
According to the Saudi state news agency SPA, more than 450 companies from both nations attended the meeting, as did Saudi Commerce Minister Majid Bin Abdullah Al Qasabi and Turkish Trade Minister Mehmet Mus.
Qasabi stated in his remarks at the forum, which was held in the Saudi capital Riyadh, that the forum will help to create new chances for economic cooperation between the two countries.
Three commercial cooperation agreements were signed by Saudi and Turkish industry executives.
According to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ekhbariya TV channel, at least eight agreements have been inked between the two sides, with more likely to follow.