The newly elected board of the Turkish American Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TACCI) visited the Consulate General of the Republic of Turkey on Thursday in New York.
Aret Tasciyan, the president of TACCI, led the delegation of board members. Consul General Levent Bilgen and Deputy Consul General Ayten Eler were also on hand for the visit.
The two sides discussed the importance of commercial and industrial relations between Turkey and the United States, as well as TACCI's role in developing business cooperation between the two countries.
The attendees agreed Turkey and the U.S. should continue to strengthen bilateral commercial relations and communication. They reviewed TACCI's plans and activities and explored how the consulate and TACCI can effectively work together in the future.
Bilgen emphasized the increasing role of Turkish companies in the American market and discussed the need to increase the number of Turkish entrepreneurs in the U.S.
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