Visa facilitation for Turkiye from European Union
European Commission emphasizes need for further steps to facilitate visa applications by Turkiye
Turkiye-EU Meeting: Migration, Security, Visa Goals
Turkiye and the European Union release a joint statement, highlighting their commitment to bolster cooperation in expediting visa procedures
'Turkiye views Gaza criticism as praise'
Turkiye has strongly rejected a recent report by EU, labeling its accusations and criticisms as baseless and unjust, particularly in areas concerning political, judiciary, and fundamental rights
'Türkiye should be member of European Union'
Estonian Ambassador to Ankara, Vaino Reinart, underscored the 'strong and excellent' relations between Estonia and Türkiye as he expressed his support for Türkiye's European Union (EU) membership aspirations. Reinart further noted Türkiye's historical support, including its refusal to recognize Soviet rule in Estonia, which is deeply appreciated by the Estonian people.
Cyprus proposal by French PM Macron
The second-day session of the European Union (EU) Leaders Summit ended. After the meeting, French President Emmanuel Macron held a press conference in Brussels.
‘EU to not call for ceasefire’
The European Union (EU) has emphasized that it will not call for a ceasefire in its statement on the Israel-Hamas war. However, they emphasized that the EU stands by Israel and that Israel has the right to defend itself against terrorist attacks.
Critical Gaza meeting of EU leaders
European Union (EU) leaders will hold an extraordinary meeting today. The leaders, who will come together with the Israeli-Palestinian agenda, will discuss the next steps. The leaders will meet via video conference today at 6 p.m. Turkish time.
Israel should be tried at ICC: Spanish Minister
Ione Belarra, acting Spanish Minister of Social Rights, stated that Israel is ‘conducting a planned genocide’ in Gaza and that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu should be tried at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for committing ‘war crimes’.
EU council president calls for humanitarian aid in Gaza
European Union Council President Charles Michel emphasized the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza, urging the delivery of essential supplies to those in the most vulnerable circumstances. He also highlighted United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' message on the need for immediate humanitarian access to Gaza, particularly for necessities like food, water, and fuel.
X accused of spreading illegal content
The European Union (EU) is concerned that the social media platform X is being used to disseminate illegal content and disinformation in the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict. EU official Thierry Breton, in an open letter to platform owner Elon Musk, warned of potential penalties for violating EU rules due to the presence of violent and terrorist content on X.
Europe Union calls Israeli and Palestinian ministers
Josep Borrell, the High Representative of the European Union(EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, announced an emergency informal meeting on Israel-Palestine. The Foreign Ministers of Israel and Palestine were also invited to the meeting.
Foreign Ministers to meet on Israel-Palestine agenda
European Union (EU) foreign ministers will meet tomorrow via video conference due to the bloody war between Israel and Palestine. The EU and its member states reacted to the attacks launched by Hamas on the morning of October 7 and issued messages of support for Israel.
Scholz supports EU-Türkiye migration agreement
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz expressed his support for the continuation of the migration agreement between the European Union (EU) and Türkiye. Scholz stressed the importance of special agreements with transit countries like Türkiye for further cooperation and expanding the EU's capacity to grow.
Critical question to European Union remains unanswered
European Union (EU) Council President Charles Michel was unable to answer an Azerbaijani journalist's question. Josep Borrell, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, answered a question and left the venue.
Russian leader threatens US and EU
Russian President Vladimir Putin drew attention to the fact that Western countries, especially the United States, constantly warned them. He also emphasized that no one, including the European Union, can give orders to Russia.
Scandalous Azerbaijan resolution by EP
European Parliament(EP) adopted a sanctions resolution against Azerbaijan, which liberated Karabakh under 30-year Armenian occupation with an operation. The European Parliament, claiming that the ceasefire in Karabakh was violated, demanded sanctions against Azerbaijani officials.
Ukraine's request for air defence system
Attending the 3rd meeting of the European Political Community (EPC) in Granada, Spain, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy reiterated his request for air defense system assistance against Russian aggression.
Million dollar aid to Ethiopia from European Union
The European Union (EU) has pledged 680 million dollars in financial support to Ethiopia for use in areas such as development and peacebuilding. It was suggested that this support was made for the EU to support Ethiopia's emergence from the conflict environment and development efforts.
'We stand by Türkiye'
While 2 terrorists were neutralized in the terrorist attack attempt by the terrorist organization PKK-YPG against the Turkish Interior Ministry in Türkiye's capital Ankara, the world is reacting to the attack. Messages of support for Türkiye are pouring in from all over the world. While many countries and organizations around the world responded to the terrorist attack in Ankara, messages of support poured in for Türkiye.