Erdogan: Syrian opposition fully controls border town of Jarablus… and what did Biden say?
Aug25

Erdogan: Syrian opposition fully controls border town of Jarablus… and what did Biden say?

Units of the Syrian Free Army has established full control over Jarablus and terrorists have been compelled to flee it, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday after talks with visiting US Vice-President Joseph Biden, Russian news agency TASS reported. “Jarablus is located 20 km to 30 km away from our border and we said more than once we were concerned about the missiles launched from there that hit our...

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Erdoganistan
Aug11

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Erdogan: Turkish Stream may be financed on 50-50 basis by Turkey, Russia
Aug11

Erdogan: Turkish Stream may be financed on 50-50 basis by Turkey, Russia

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced agreements reached with Russia on equal financing of the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline, Haberturk television reported today. “We told (the Russian side) that there are no problems with the Turkish Stream project. The only thing is that we’ve proposed to divide expenses on the construction of the pipeline’s section crossing our territory into halves,” Turkish...

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Erdogan, Putin talks to ‘prioritize Syria, economy’
Aug08

Erdogan, Putin talks to ‘prioritize Syria, economy’

Turkey-Russia economic relations and the Syrian war will be the key topics to dominate next week’s visit to Russia by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, analysts told Anadolu Agency on Sunday. Erdogan and President Vladimir Putin will meet on Aug. 9, their first such meeting following Turkey’s shooting down of a Russian warplane last November. The Russian jet was fired on for violating Turkish airspace over the Turkey-Syria border,...

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Lawmaker: EU officials should visit Turkey to see what happened
Aug07

Lawmaker: EU officials should visit Turkey to see what happened

The head of a Turkish parliamentary delegation visiting Belgium expressed disappointment Wednesday at a lack of EU support following the failed July 15 coup in her country, which is a candidate for membership of the 28-country bloc. “A coup attempt happened for the first time in a country that is on the negotiation table with the European Union,” said Sena Nur Çelik of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party),...

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