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Turkey welcomes senior Russian and Ukrainian diplomats for peace

Published on: 03/09/2022 – 16:02Amended: 09/03/2022 – 16:00 Antalya (Turkey) (AFP) – The Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers will meet in southern Turkey on Thursday in the first high-level contact between Kyiv and Moscow since Russia invaded its neighbor two weeks ago. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has pushed for …

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Live Updates: How Russia’s Assault on Ukraine Affects the Middle East

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could become Europe’s biggest state-to-state conflict since World War II. But the effects of the war will not be limited to the continent. Middle Eastern states maintain close ties with both sides in trade, tourism and defense. While North African countries like Egypt and Libya have …

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Western sanctions against Russia to delay underlying problems: Turkey

Western sanctions against Russia over the crisis in eastern Ukraine would only delay the underlying problems, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalın said. Sanctions against Russia are useless, Kalın told German newspaper Welt in an interview published on Sunday, adding that it would be better to listen and understand the other …

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A promising future in culture and tourism – News

Mehmet Nuri Ersoy, Minister of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey Mehmet Nuri Ersoy, Minister of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Turkey, stresses the importance of mutual cooperation It gives us great pleasure to see that a new era has begun between Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. …

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From the Turkey of Kemal Pasha to the France of Nicolas Sarkozy, the dispute over the hijab and the burqa

Karnataka’s hijab row has sparked a wider debate in India over the regulation of uniforms in colleges and schools and freedom of choice in dress with or without religious beliefs. Such debates are neither new nor limited to India. Many countries, especially in the Middle East, have dress codes, especially …

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The fall of Facebook hits the markets | FinancialTimes

This is an audio transcription of the FT press briefing podcast episode: The fall of Facebook hits the markets Marc FilipinoHello from the Financial Times. Today is Friday, February 4. And this is your FT News briefing. [MUSIC PLAYING] Amazon has increased the price of a Prime subscription. Customers may …

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The Turkish Museum among the best museum buildings of the last 100 years

NEW YORK A museum in Eskişehir Province, Central Anatolia, Turkey, has been included in the list of the top 25 museum buildings of the last century by ARTnews, a leading New York-based art journal. class=”cf”> The modern Odunpazarı Museum (OMM), designed by renowned Japanese architecture firm Kengo Kuma, has been …

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The United States and Russia try to lower the temperature in the Ukraine crisis

GENEVA (AP) — The United States and Russia have sought to lower the temperature in a heated standoff over Ukraine, even as they reported no breakthrough in high-stakes talks on Friday aimed at preventing an invasion. dreaded Russian. What do you want to know The United States and Russia have …

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Israeli president plans visit to Turkey

Responding to questions about changes in diplomatic relations with Israel, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his office “was in talks with President (Isaac) Herzog” and that he may visit Turkey soon. Underscoring a similar desire on the Israeli side to fully normalize bilateral relations, Erdogan said “Prime Minister Naftali …

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New tunnel connects Turkey to Caucasus – Middle East Monitor

[ad_1] President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that a major road will connect Turkey and the entire region through Georgia, stressing that a road tunnel more than two kilometers long will further connect countries and their economies in the region, Anadolu News Agency reports. According to the report, the Pirinkayalar tunnel, …

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Greek and Bulgarian tourists flood Turkish towns to shop as national currency dwindles

[ad_1] Buyers from Bulgaria and Greece have flocked to Turkey to shop due to the fall in the pound sterling. Turkey is currently in an economic crisis, with inflation soaring to over 21%. The lira hit an all-time high against the US dollar on December 20 at 18.36 lira to …

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Turkey could tip the scales in Ukraine-Russia deadlock

[ad_1] As the United States and its European allies work to deter Russia from invading Ukraine again, the use of direct military force appears to be out of place. Yet there is one NATO member state that has managed to persuade the Kremlin to ask for peace twice in recent …

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Council of Europe launches action against Turkey for imprisoned activist

[ad_1] STRASBOURG: France, The Council of Europe announced on Friday that it would launch disciplinary action against Turkey for refusing to release prominent activist and philanthropist Osman Kavala, triggering a procedure used only once before in the history of the organization. The Pan-European Human Rights Body’s Committee of Ministers accepted …

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Emirates News Agency – WAM REPORT: UAE, Turkey aim to advance bilateral ties

[ad_1] ABU DHABI, November 22, 2021 (WAM) – The United Arab Emirates and Turkey aim to strengthen and advance their bilateral ties. Within this framework, officials from the two countries held meetings and calls to discuss ways to strengthen their bilateral relations and a number of regional and international issues …

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Turkey rejects orientalist approach to the African continent

[ad_1] “We embrace the peoples of the African continent without any discrimination,” Turkish President Erdogan said in his address to the Angolan parliament as part of his four-day tour of Africa. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses the Angolan parliament in Luanda, Angola, October 18, 2021. (AA) Turkish President Recep …

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Turkey speeds up approval of Paris climate agreement

[ad_1] Turkish President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan submitted the Paris climate agreement to Parliament on Friday for ratification. The president had earlier announced that the agreement, which will strengthen Turkey’s international position in the fight against climate change, is expected to be approved by parliament upon his return from summer recess …

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Here are the best foreign stories at 2000 hours

[ad_1] Outlook September 22, 2021 8:09 PM IST Here are the best foreign stories at 2000 hours perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 FGN23 UN-JAISHANKAR-CYPRUS It is important to respect UNSC resolutions on Cyprus, says Jaishankar hours after Turkish President Erdogan mentioned Kashmir in UNGA speech New York: Foreign Minister …

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Here are the best foreign stories at 1700 hours

[ad_1] Outlook September 22, 2021 5:09 PM IST Here are the best foreign stories at 1700 hours perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 FGN23 UN-JAISHANKAR-CYPRUS It is important to respect UNSC resolutions on Cyprus, says Jaishankar hours after Turkish President Erdogan mentioned Kashmir in UNGA speech New York: Foreign Minister …

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In photos: fires ravage southern Europe

[ad_1] ATHENS – Shells of houses and cars ravaged by flames. Stretches of forest reduced to ashes. Tourists evacuated by boat from once idyllic beaches where the sky is covered in smoke. As southern Europe grapples with one of its worst heat waves in decades, deadly wildfires have engulfed swathes …

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Rich Turks Boost Consumption Amid Soaring Inflation

[ad_1] Home and car sales have increased and shopping malls and entertainment venues appear to be quite buzzing in Turkey, even as steadfast inflation and widespread unemployment continue to haunt the country’s struggling economy. What about this seemingly contradictory trend? Are Turks throwing barbecues on the flames of inflation? Soaring …

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Senior Turkish officials celebrate Eid al-Adha

[ad_1] Senior Turkish officials on Monday released messages to mark the Islamic holiday of Qurban Bayram, also known as Eid al-Adha. In his message to mark the holiday, President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan said he hoped the bayram would bring peace to the world. “I pray to God that Saint Qurban …

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Turkey hopes to recover tourism industry after 20-month shutdown

[ad_1] Turkey recently began welcoming tourists for the summer season after 20 months of closures that devastated the country’s important industry, the Associated Press reported Thursday. As restrictions linked to the Covid-19 pandemic loosen with the proliferation of vaccinations and previously suspended Russian civilian flights resume to the country, Turkey’s …

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Wave surfing can lift Turkey higher

[ad_1] In several articles, I have tried to express the need for Turkey’s maritime openness and to justify it with a geopolitical and socio-cultural approach. In addition, I had proposed to promote maritime openness through boating. Now there is good news in this regard. Turkish surfers narrowly missed making it …

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Why Turkey’s Marmara Sea is full of marine glanders

[ad_1] FFor months, the surface waters of Turkey’s Sea of ​​Marmara were filled with a slimy substance colloquially known as “sea snot”. The cloudy mud, officially called marine mucilage, has clogged the nets of Turkish fishermen, suffocating marine life and generally disgusting tourists and coastal residents with its stickiness and …

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What is the biggest obstacle in Turkey-Greece relations?

[ad_1] Foreign Minister Mevlüt ÇavusoÄŸlu paid an official visit to Greece last week. The visit was part of efforts to reduce tensions between the two neighboring countries. Turkey and Greece have experienced a tense summer of 2020, mainly due to disagreements in the Eastern Mediterranean. Particular attention was paid to …

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Sisi’s Egypt outweighs Erdoğan’s Turkey

[ad_1] BESA Center Perspectives Paper n ° 2,016, May 5, 2021 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Turkish President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan’s foreign policy, a combination of imperialism and Muslim Brotherhood sentiment, was most visible in his actions against Abdel Fattah Sisi’s Egypt. Ankara begins to recognize its madness. Will the new US administration …

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US medical aid en route to virus-infected India

[ad_1] U.S. flights carrying urgent coronavirus aid to India were on their way Thursday, the White House said, as health officials reported another record number of new cases across the country. The United States will provide more than $ 100 million in supplies for overworked hospitals and frontline healthcare workers …

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