The Senate has advocated for closer collaboration between Nigeria, Turkey and South Korea, particularly in parliamentary engagements and in the areas of economy and technology.

The call was made by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, in separate audiences with the Ambassadors of Turkey, Hidayet Bayraktar and South Korea, Kim young-Chae who paid him visits in his office at the National Assembly.

It would be recalled that the president of turkey was on a visit to Nigeria last month during which some agreements were signed between the two countries.

Senator Lawan told the ambassador of turkey, that the National Assembly, particularly the Senate will be glad to have a parliamentary relationship with the Turkish Grand Parliament and noted that Countries like South Korea should be able to locate appropriate places within the Country and bring some technologies for adoption in Nigeria.

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