Riyadh and Ankara create a joint council, which will be involved in security issues, also the solid of the military, political and economic partnership.
Saudi Arabia and Turkey are going to extend cooperation at the highest level. That’s why the sides agreed to set up a joint council, which among other matters, will be involved in security issues, also the solid of the military, political and economic partnership, said on Tuesday, 29th of December the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Dzhubeyr at a joint press conference in Riyadh with his Turkish coaunterpart Mevlut Chavushoglu.
According to Al-Dzhubeyr, the new council, which will be headed by the foreign ministers from both countries, is aimed at instilling to bilateral relations a “quantum jump” forward.
Earlier at the same day, the king of Saudi Arabia Salman Al Saud put up the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Riyadh and Ankara are among the most serious opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. In mid-December, Saudi Arabia announced the formation of an Islamic military coalition, including Turkey, to overcome terrorism.