Turkey first NATO member to sign for S-400s: Tech chief

3 May 2019 0

Russia ‘ready to cooperate’ if Turkey wants to buy Su-57 fighter jets, says Head of Russian state-run tech corporation Turkey is the first NATO country to sign a contract for the Russian S-400 missile defense system, the head of a Russian state-owned umbrella company for export-oriented defense and civilian industries said on Thursday.  Despite unprecedented pressure regarding the S-400 deal, Turkey continues holding a very direct and consistent position regarding implementation of all the contract Read More

One Turkish club to advance to EuroLeague Final

3 May 2019 0

Semifinal match to be played between two clubs from Turkey for first time ever, following Anadolu Efes win For the first time in history, two Turkish clubs will play against each other in a Turkish Airlines EuroLeague basketball tournament Final Four match, guaranteeing a spot in the final match for a Turkish team. Turkey’s Anadolu Efes defeated Spain’s Barcelona Lassa 80-71 on Wednesday, advancing the club to the Final Four for the first time since Read More

Turkish jets hit PKK terror targets in northern Iraq

3 May 2019 0

Turkish airstrikes on Friday hit PKK terrorist targets in northern Iraq, according to the National Defense Ministry The Turkish jets destroyed weapon positions, shelters, and ammunition depots used by PKK terrorists in the Metina region, the ministry said in a statement. In its more than 30-year terror campaign against Turkey, the PKK — listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the U.S. and the EU — has been responsible for the deaths of nearly 40,000 Read More

Coups, military intervention not the answer: Turkey

2 May 2019 0

‘Problems can be solved with dialogue, cooperation,’ says Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on ongoing crisis in Venezuela The crisis in Venezuela can be solved through talking and working together, not sending in troops or overthrowing the government, Turkey’s foreign minister said on Thursday.  “Turkey is opposed to military intervention and coups. Problems can be solved through dialogue and cooperation,” Mevlut Cavusoglu told a joint news conference with his Paraguayan counterpart Luis Alberto Castiglioni in Turkey’s Read More

Turkey’s location ‘biggest advantage’ for Indian investors

26 March 2019 0

Indian firms should consider Turkey as base for Commonwealth of Independent States, Middle East, says head of business body It is a right time for Indian companies to invest in Turkey, said head of an Indian business body. “[Turkey’s] location is the biggest advantage [for investors]. We also have currency advantage,” Manpreet Singh, the president of the Indian Chamber of International Business, told Anadolu Agency. Highlighting Turkey’s geographical location, Singh said Indian companies should consider Read More

Turkish police seize ancient manuscript from smugglers

12 March 2019 0

Turkish police recovered an ancient leather manuscript from suspected antiquities traffickers in a central province, security sources said on Tuesday. The manuscript — thought to be stolen from a Syrian museum — were seized in Kirsehir. Acting on a tip, police squads stopped a suspected car with an Istanbul license plate on Ankara-Kayseri highway near Kaman district of Kirsehir. They found the manuscript hidden in a rug near the car seat, said the sources, who Read More

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