Erdogan: We plan to accept Turkish vaccine "Turkovac" in Malaysia

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that his country is planning to adopt the Turkish “Turkovac” vaccine against the Corona virus in Malaysia.

This happened at a press conference between Erdogan and Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yakub at the presidential complex in the capital Ankara.

“We plan to use the Turkish national anti-coronavirus vaccine Turkovac in Malaysia, transfer technology and work together to develop a vaccine,” Erdogan said.

The Turkish President added that he had discussed with Yakub the relations between their two countries at various levels, including economic investment and trade, defense industry, healthcare, education and technology.

He expressed his country’s desire to improve cooperative relations with Malaysia, which is Turkey’s largest trading partner in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), according to Erdogan, who pointed out that the volume of trade exchange between his country and Malaysia has increased by 50 percent in the past. year, despite the coronavirus epidemic exceeding $3.5 billion.

He noted that the current situation indicates that the volume of trade between the two countries will reach $5 billion in the near future.

Source: Anadolu Agency, Turkey.

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