Turkish President Abdullah Gul said on Tuesday that Turkey and Jordan were set to sign a free trade agreement during his visit to Amman. "With the free trade agreement between Turkey and Jordan we will have the opportunity to exploit economic and commercial potential between the two countries," Gul told reporters before his departure for Jordan. Gul said he would discuss with King Abdallah II all aspects of bilateral relations and regional issues on his visit, adding that Turkey had been exerting efforts for security, sustainable development and prosperity in the region by engaging in cooperation with neighbors as well as regional organizations. Gul is the first Turkish president to visit Jordan in nine years. AA Share this: Di̇ğer Haberler Turkey Summons US Ambassador Over Washington Clash US President Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall Erdogan Urges More Cooperation Among Black Sea States Turkey, Russia Agree to Remove Restrictions on Trade Turkey: 642 PKK Terrorists Neutralized Since January Israel-Palestine Trip Tests Trump's 'Ultimate Deal'