Turkey and Qatar partnered up on a wide range of occasions at the sixth meeting of the Turkey-Qatar Supreme Strategic Committee jointly chaired by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Qatari counterpart Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani at the Presidential Complex in Ankara in late November.
During the meeting, the two countries inked a number of new agreements, including:
Sales of a 42 percent stake at Istanbul's IstinyePark, one of the top luxury shopping malls in Turkey, to Qatar Holding LLC.
An MoU for a potential joint investment in the “Made in Istanbul Golden Horn Project", a waterway project to connect the Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara.
Sales of a 10 percent stake at Borsa Istanbul to the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA).
Sales of Port Akdeniz in the Mediterranean province of Antalya to QTerminals, a Qatari commercial port operating company.
An MoU for joint promotion activities between Turkey's Ministry of Trade and the Qatar Free Zone Authority (QFZA).
Joint declaration on the establishment of a trade commission between Turkey's Ministry of Trade and Qatar's Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
An MoU for teaming on water management.
An MoU on enhanced economic and financial cooperation between Turkey's Ministry of Finance and Treasury and Qatar's Ministry of Finance.
An MoU on cooperation between Turkey and Qatar in areas relating to family, women, and social services.
An MoU on the exchange of diplomats between the Diplomacy Academy of Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Diplomatic Institute of Qatar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.