Intel: Saudi Arabia seeks Turkey’s drones, Erdogan says

Mar 16, 2021 Saudi Arabia needs to purchase armed drones from Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated Monday within the newest potential signal of a thaw between the 2 governments. Ankara and Riyadh all however ceased cooperation on regional issues as ties soured following the state-sanctioned homicide of dissident Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal… Continue reading Intel: Saudi Arabia seeks Turkey’s drones, Erdogan says

A thaw in Turkey’s relations with Egypt?

Mar 12, 2021 Erdogan: Seven years of iciness give approach to diplomacy Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated Friday that there’s “no drawback” with reinitiating higher-level Egypt-Turkey ties.  That’s a shift, coming after a seven-year freeze in relations that began after Turkey’s backing of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, who was elected in 2012 and affiliated with the… Continue reading A thaw in Turkey’s relations with Egypt?

Turkey and Egypt make first diplomatic contact since 2013

Mar 12, 2021 Turkey and Egypt made their first diplomatic contacts since 2013, the Turkish overseas minister stated Thursday. “We have contacts at both the level of intelligence and foreign ministries with Egypt. Diplomatic-level contacts have started,” Mevlut Cavusoglu informed the Turkish state Anadolu Agency. The diplomat added that the 2 states are following a… Continue reading Turkey and Egypt make first diplomatic contact since 2013

Turkey, Russia, Qatar push for political decision in Syria

Foreign ministers additionally reaffirm a dedication to Syria’s ‘sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity’. Turkey, Russia and Qatar are making a joint try to advertise a political answer to Syria’s 10-year battle, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu stated. “Today we launched a new trilateral consultation process,” Cavusoglu stated on Thursday after talks in Doha with… Continue reading Turkey, Russia, Qatar push for political decision in Syria

Turkey goals to vaccinate 50 million by fall, well being minister says

Mar 12, 2021 Turkey is on monitor to offer COVID-19 vaccines to 50 million individuals by the autumn, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca introduced on Thursday, the one-year anniversary of Turkey’s first-recorded coronavirus case.  “Turkey is among the fastest acting in the race for vaccine supplies,” Koca stated in a televised assertion. “If we can vaccinate 50… Continue reading Turkey goals to vaccinate 50 million by fall, well being minister says

Legal case over melee throughout Erdogan’s 2017 DC go to transferring forward

Legal proceedings towards Turkish safety officers proceed to move ahead in Washington DC, primarily based on actions they have been seen taking towards protestors in video recordings throughout the May 2017 go to to Washington of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.   A melee broke out after a small group of anti-Erdogan demonstrators gathered near the… Continue reading Legal case over melee throughout Erdogan’s 2017 DC go to transferring forward

Putin, Erdogan launch development of Russia’s Akkuyu NPP Unit Three in Turkey

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan joined through videoconference on March 10 a ceremony commemorating the beginning of Unit Three development, which was held on the website of the primary Turkish nuclear energy plant Akkuyu. Turkey’s Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Donmez, Rosatom Director General Alexey Likhachev and Akkuyu Nuclear… Continue reading Putin, Erdogan launch development of Russia’s Akkuyu NPP Unit Three in Turkey

Turkey to produce electrical energy to opposition-held areas in Syria

Mar 6, 2021 The cities and villages of northeastern Syria which have been beneath the management of the armed opposition factions because the finish of Operation Peace Spring on Nov. 23, 2019 — which these factions, backed by Turkey, waged towards the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) — are continuously affected by frequent energy outages as… Continue reading Turkey to produce electrical energy to opposition-held areas in Syria

Serbia donates vaccines and spreads goodwill within the area

Over the previous few weeks, Serbia has donated 1000’s of much-needed batches of vaccines to the international locations on its borders and spreading goodwill in addition to a way of collegiality and good-neighborly relations in the course of the acute pandemic disaster. Serbia ranks among the many prime 5 international locations on the planet when… Continue reading Serbia donates vaccines and spreads goodwill within the area

Is Turkey undermining the Washington Agreement?

In a deal brokered through the closing months of the presidency of Donald Trump, Kosovo and Israel agreed to determine diplomatic relations as a part of the so-called “Washington Agreement.”  This made up a small however significant factor of a bigger US-brokered deal designed to enhance bilateral financial ties between Kosovo and Serbia in help… Continue reading Is Turkey undermining the Washington Agreement?