Bulgaria, Turkey to hold a joint governmental session

The Bulgarian prime minister Boyko Borisov said on Tuesday that the Turkish President Abdullah Gül asked him to hold a joint governmental session between the two countries.

Borisov confirmed that his government will meet with their Turkish counterparts for a joint session very soon.

Gül returned to Turkey late on Tuesday after a three-day visit to Bulgaria where he had talks with Bulgarian officials, met with Turkish community leaders in the country and attended business forums in the hope of improving trade ties between the two neighbors.

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