Erdogan's call for peace to Armenia
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is in Nakhchivan, evaluated Azerbaijan's successful Karabakh operation and called for 'peace' to Armenia.
'Sultans of Net’ undefeated on their way to Paris
Turkish National Women's Volleyball Team won in the third match of the 2024 Paris Olympic Qualifiers. Sultans of Filenin defeated Brazil 3-0 in the match played in Japan.
‘Türkiye-Greece meeting to be win-win’
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis are expected to meet in New York in the coming days. The Greek press reported that the two leaders are expected to take steps on the future of the political dialogue between the countries and that both sides can expect small victories.
'Egypt key to solution in Syria'
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan answered some questions from journalists on the plane upon his return from the G20 Leaders Summit. Asked about his meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi at the summit, Erdogan stated that there were positive developments between the two countries and that this situation would also have positive results on the normalization with Syria.
Critical Erdogan-Sisi meeting at G20 summit
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held bilateral meetings with world leaders in India, where he travelled to attend the G20 Summit. The contacts of Erdogan, who met with 14 leaders at the Summit, were widely covered in the world press. In particular, his meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi had a great repercussion in the international media.
Türkiye and Japan's year-end trade target announced
Turkish Trade Minister Omer Bolat met with his Japanese counterpart Yasutoshi Nishimura. Bolat said that the year-end trade with Japan will reach 6 billion dollars. Both countries decided to restart the negotiations on the Japan-Türkiye Economic Partnership agreement at the technical level, which had stopped after the earthquake disaster in our country. Negotiations will resume in a way that will serve balanced trade for both countries
New era in Türiye-Greece relations
Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan said that Greece and Türkiye have entered a new and positive period in their relations. It was also announced that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will meet in New York on September 18.
Critical Putin-Erdogan meeting in Sochi
Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that Russia was ready to return to the grain agreement, but demanded the fulfillment of its priorities. With this, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reminded that Türkiye had taken Russia's demands into account and was preparing a package of proposals for the United Nations.
Türkiye's export record in automotive sector
The automotive industry, which exported 2 billion 738 million dollars in July in Türkiye, was followed by chemical products with 2 billion 665 million dollars and clothing and apparel with 1 billion 674 million dollars. With this, the highest export increase was recorded in ships, yachts, and services with 293.3 percent.
Hope in grain crisis depends on Türkiye-Russia talks
The foreign ministers of Russia and Türkiye will meet in Moscow today. According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the meeting will discuss the supply of 1 million tonnes of grain to Türkiye with the financial support of Qatar.
‘Türkiye tries to save Grain Deal’
The meeting between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin to be held in the coming days is closely followed in the world press. Reporting the meeting between the two leaders, Al-Monitor used the title 'Türkiye is trying to save the Grain Deal'.
Türkiye statement from IMF about possible visit
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) made a statement regarding its visit to Türkiye at the end of September. In the statement, it was stated that the technical team of the visit will be carried out within the scope of preparation for the Article 4 consultation that it is a routine visit, and that Türkiye has not requested any financial support.
French media's arrogant scenario about Türkiye
The French l'Express magazine analyzed the scenario of a war between the alliance of Germany, Britain, and Greece led by France after Türkiye's "invasion" of the island of Imia.
Erdogan to meet with Putin to discuss latest developments
Kremlin spokesperson Peskov announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet soon. The grain agreement is expected to be discussed at the meeting.
French soul legend to come to Türkiye
Imany, the legendary name of soul music, who made her name in the music world with her songs 'You Will Never Know', 'Don't Be Shy', 'Slow Down' and 'Take Care', will meet with music lovers in Istanbul on September 7.
Sultans of Net's unbeaten journey continues
The Turkish National Women's Volleyball Team defeated the host Germany 3-0 in the last match of CEV European Championship Group C and left the group undefeated. After Sweden, Azerbaijan, the Czech Republic, and Greece, the team also defeated Germany. The team gave only one set in 5 matches. A National Women's Volleyball Team will face Belgium on 28 August in the last 16 rounds.
'Trade between Türkiye-UAE to be strengthened'
Turkish Trade Minister Omer Bolat emphasized that they will work to increase bilateral trade relations between the two countries after his meeting with Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of State for Foreign Trade of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Trilateral Defence Committee holds first meeting to discuss ties
The first meeting of the Trilateral Defence Committee of Türkiye, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan was held. The defense committee of 3 countries met in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. The road map for cooperation in the defense industry, technology transfer, nationalization, and scientific research development were discussed by high-level officials.
Türkiye has no equal in world: US think tank
James Carafano, Senior Fellow for International Affairs and Security at the Heritage Foundation, said that Türkiye is at the center of a major connecting route in the Central and Southern Corridor, and emphasized that there is no country that can match Türkiye's geopolitical position. Heritage described Türkiye as the bridge to the Indo-Pacific.