Saudi Arabia and Türkiye have agreed to enhance their bilateral relations in diverse fields.
The agreement to this effect was reached during the meeting between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara.
According to a joint statement issued following the meeting of the two leaders, the two countries expressed the determination for ushering in a new period of cooperation in their bilateral relations.
They also agreed to lift restrictions on trade, tourism, flights, artificial intelligence, digital technologies, smart cities, health and screening of TV series.
The two sides also affirmed their determination to continue close cooperation to ensure peace, stability and security in the region.