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ISTANBUL, December 3 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia and Turkey signed 11 cooperation agreements during President Vladimir Putin’s visit to the country on Monday, December 3.
In the presence of Putin and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, an agreement on cooperation in the creation of a joint marketing and distribution venture was signed by and between Rosneft and Calyk Holding, and two memorandums of understanding between Sberbank of Russia and the Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey.
A memorandum of understanding was signed by the diplomatic academies of the two countries, and a memorandum of cooperation in fighting money laundering was signed.
A medium-term programme of trade, economic, scientific and technical cooperation was signed between the Russian and Turkish government for 2012-2015.
An action plan for the Russian-Turkish Public Forum and an agreement between the governments on the creation of cultural centres were signed.
Rosatom and the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources signed a joint statement on the Akkuyu nuclear power plant project.
The co-chairs of the inter-governmental commission on trade and economic cooperation signed a joint statement.
The governments of the two countries also signed an agreement on Russian burial places in Turkey and Turkish burial places in Russia.