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Turkish PM to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina and France

04 April 2010 [10:45] - TODAY.AZ
Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay state visits to Bosnia-Herzegovina and France from April 5 to 7, Anadolu Agency reported.

Prime Minister Erdogan will leave for Bosnia-Herzegovina on April 5. He will first attend a meeting at the Bosnian Institute and deliver a speech.

Later, Erdogan will attend inauguration of an additional building to the International Sarajevo University where some 900 Turkish students are studying.

Following the inauguration, Prime Minister Erdogan will partake in a dinner to be hosted by Bosnian Presidency Chairman Haris Slajdzic in honor of participants of the First International Investment Conference and Sarajevo Business Forum.

On the second day of his visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina, Prime Minister Erdogan is set to attend the First International Investment Conference and Sarajevo Business Forum. Erdogan will hold a series of bilateral talks on the sidelines of the meetings.

Prime Minister Erdogan will proceed to Paris from Sarajevo later in the same day. He will attend the closing gala of the "Turkish Season" activities and watch the play "Musenna" at Versailles Palace.

On April 7, Prime Minister Erdogan is set to meet with French Parliament Speaker Bernard Accoyer. He will come together with President Nicholas Sarkozy over a luncheon at the Elysee Palace.

Erdogan will also meet with executives of some leading French companies at the French Businessmen's Association (MEDEF).

He will hold talks with Senate President Gerard Larcher and Prime Minister Francois Fillon.

After receiving Turkish people living in Paris, Erdogan will leave Paris for Ankara.


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