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Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said on Saturday that they have been following awakening in Arab countries, and the UN Security Council should increase its peaceful efforts.
Delivering a speech at the Fifth Annual Ambassadors Conference which is continuing in western province of Izmir, Bildt said that there would be important developments in Europe as of 2013, stating that they would focus on global strategies of Europe in 2013.
Bildt said that Turkey has conducted important studies in the area of diplomacy and Turkish diplomats undersigned effective and important projects.
There was a common vision between Turkey and Sweden, he said, stating that Sweden was supporting Turkey's EU bid. Sweden also aimed to assist Turkey's reform process, he added.
Parents and their children from England who were allegedly trying to cross into Syria detained in Turkish capital.
Tuesday’s dailies cover reactions to Sunday's boat tragedy in the Mediterranean and Turkish PM Davutoglu’s statement offering condolences to the grandchildren of Ottoman Armenians.
Turkish and Arab trade and investment ministers conclude second Turkey-Arab League economy, trade and investment ministers meeting, agreeing to boost trade ties.
Two people have been taken into custody at Ankara police headquarters Saturday with Turkish President condemning the attack.
Former Yale professor, an expert in theoretical chemistry and molecular biology, Sinanoglu died late on Sunday at the age of 80 in the United States.
Monday's dailies covered CHP's election manifesto and migrant tragedy in Mediterranean.
Nasreddine al-Bahrini, the head of the Ikram al-Yateem Society, said the Turkish agency would help his society sponsor 50 orphans until they complete their university studies.
At least 33 people were killed and over 100 injured in suicide attack Saturday in eastern Afghanistan.
Bullets were fired at main office of the HDP office based in Ankara
A three session conference organised by the SETA Foundation and the University of Belgrade has underlined the main issues to develop positive Turkish and Serbian relations in the 21st century.
The Turkish ministry has said Greece must take all measures to provide peace and safety to the Turkish minority living in Western Thrace.
IMF Managing Director Lagarde and World Bank President Kim have congratulated Turkey's 'powerful' and 'honest' G20 presidency.
During its G20 presidency term in 2015, Turkey wants to give an official form to the W20 group to globally increase the role of women in the business world.
Turkish President criticizes UN Security Council's response to world turmoil during speech in Kazakhstan.
The US has rejected Assad's claim that Turkey was sabotaging cease-fires in Syria.
Excavations in eastern Turkey show thousands of Muslims were massacred by Armenian gangs in 1918, say research experts.