On Sunday, the Qatari envoy in Ankara said that Turkey and Qatar will take extra efforts to improve reconciliation and mutual cooperation.
Qatari Ambassador Mohammed bin Nasser Al Thani said the 7th meeting of the Turkey-Qatar Supreme Strategic Committee in Doha on Tuesday “will strengthen the strategic relations between the two countries and will push for opening new horizons.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani will co-chair the summit.
“Views on regional and international developments will be exchanged during the meeting, in addition to signing new agreements that will strengthen relations between the two countries in different fields,” bin Nasser told a Qatari state news agency.
He stated that Ankara and Doha had similar viewpoints on the majority of regional and international problems.
On Monday, President Erdogan will travel to Doha to attend a meeting of the Turkey-Qatar Supreme Strategic Committee.
Ankara and Doha have close ties, especially since Saudi Arabia and others imposed a boycott on the Gulf country in 2017, which has since been lifted.
In recent years, the two nations have deepened their military and commercial connections.
In 2020, the Turkish capital Ankara hosted the sixth meeting of the Turkey-Qatar Supreme Strategic Committee.