Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Algeria on Tuesday at the invitation of President Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
Talks between the leaders will focus on boosting relations in all fields, significantly strengthening economic ties.
According to Turkish sources, they will focus on boosting bilateral ties and address regional and international issues, notably the Israeli war on Gaza.
Turkish-Algerian ties have witnessed remarkable development at all levels in recent years and increased momentum after President Abdelmadjid Tebboune took power in 2019.
After assuming the presidency, Tebboune made his first visit to Türkiye in May 2022, 17 years after the last visit made by late President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Tebboune made a second visit in July.
Erdogan had last visited Algeria in January 2020.
During his visit, officials signed a joint declaration on establishing the Türkiye-Algeria High-Level Cooperation Council.
The countries had signed the "Friendship and Cooperation Agreement" in 2006 to improve their relations.
Erdogan and Tebboune met again on the sidelines of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly in New York in September 2022.
Türkiye and Algeria maintain full coordination in resolving Palestinian and regional issues.
Earlier this month, Erdogan said he attaches great importance to his visit to Algeria, saying it has clear positions and significant influence in Africa.
On Monday, Turkish media quoted Türkiye's ambassador to Algeria, Mucahit Kucukyilmaz, as saying that many steps need to be taken between Ankara and Algiers, amid the high potential of both nations, especially in the economic fields.
Turkish investments in Algeria topped $6 billion, and trade volume between them reached $5.3 billion in 2022, said the ambassador, expecting it to exceed $6 billion this year.
The two countries' leadership plans to increase trade volume to over $10 billion.
Over ten agreements are on Erdogan’s agenda in Algeria. They cover economic and cultural affairs, including opening a branch of the "Turkish Agricultural Bank," al-Maarif School, and the Yunus Emre Institute in Algeria.