Turkish Trade Minister Omer Bolat discussed with visiting Japanese counterpart Yasutoshi Nishimura the bilateral relations in trade, investment and economy.
The two sides also discussed cooperation in fields of financing and technology.
At the end of the talks, the two countries signed a joint statement to boost trade and mutual investment.
Bolat noted that trade exchange between the two countries exceeded $5 billion, and is expected to reach $6 billion by the end of 2023.
On his part, Nishimura said that the two sides agreed to accelerate talks on the economic partnership agreement for the mutual development of trade and investment, adding that the two sides agreed to hold the Trade and Investment Summit (TRINS) in Tokyo as soon as possible next year. (QNA)