Ukraine and Turkey comes to agreement on driving license mutual recognition.


Press service of the National Police

During the meeting between Ukraine's MIA head Arsen Avakov, National Police head Serhiy Kniazev, and Turkish Minister of Internal Affairs Süleyman Soylu, the sides came to an agreement prematurely about the mutual recognition of driving licenses. The press service of the National Police stated that.

"I hope the appropriate agreement will be signed in the near future," Avakov said during the meeting in Stambul.

Related: Ukraine, Turkey sign partnership agreement

As we reported, the Ukrainian delegation is now in Stambul with a working visit.

Previously, the Turkish side has taken an interest in the Ukrainian An-178 aircraft. The issue was discussed during the meeting of Turkish and Ukrainian Ministers of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov and Süleyman Soylu.

"An-178 is a very good aircraft. Besides, our planes Mi-17 are being modernized in Ukraine, 6 of which we have already received. This is the example of a very successful collaboration with you," Soylu said.

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