Turkey wants to ‘walk with Africa,’ says Erdoğan after four-country trip
“We want to walk with Africa as a new world order is established,” Erdoğan wrote on his Twitter account on March 3.
“God willing, we will increase our friendship in every area and we will come to a better point especially in terms of investments,” Erdoğan wrote.
He added the Ankara plans to realize joint projects with Mauritania in the areas of health, agriculture, media and humanitarian aid.
“As our private sector increases investments in Mauritania, we intend to develop our relations based on the principle of ‘win-win,’” he wrote.
Erdoğan also stated that enhancing good political and economic relations with Senegal would be one of Turkey’s priorities in the coming period.
“We are ready to do our part for the political and economic stability of Mali, to which I paid the first visit at a presidential level. We will strengthen our brotherhood while reinforcing cultural and trade relations,” he wrote.
“We love Africa and our African brothers without any prejudice,” he added, praising his “warm welcome” during his trip to all four countries he visited.