Anadolu Agency and Ankara-based Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research (SETA) on Wednesday signed an agreement to boost their ties.
Anadolu Agency Director-General and Board Chairman Senol Kazanci and SETA General Coordinator Burhanettin Duran signed the agreement at Anadolu Agency’s headquarters in Ankara.
The objective of the agreement is to establish ties between the two institutions.
According to the cooperation agreement, SETA will provide consultancy services and make contributions to Anadolu Agency’s trainees on content of works, including publishings, reports, analyses and news.
Academics and experts suggested by SETA, as well as the think-tank’s employees would be able to participate in training courses organized by Anadolu Agency.
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[AA, 17 January 2018]