World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish and Japanese firms are set to gather next Thursday in Istanbul to seek cooperation opportunities in for possible projects in Iraq's construction and energy sectors, Turkish Economy Ministry said Sunday.
"The Turkish-Japanese Cooperation Seminar in Iraqi Energy and Construction Market," is co-sponsored by Turkish Economy Ministry and the Japanese government, and it is expected to be participated by a large number of companies from Japan.
Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan is set to deliver the opening remarks of the event that would mull joint projects in railways, highways, power plants and grids, ports, airports and hospitals.
Massive landslide due to heavy rain in Osh, Kyrgyzstan results in loss of 24 lives
Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he will bring up issue of US support for terrorist PYD/YPD when visiting Donald Trump next month
In his May 1 message, Turkey's president also warns against any provocations during celebrations of the holiday
Also 3,974 public employees dismissed over suspected FETO-links, according to a notice in the Official Gazette
Turkey's president expected to meet his counterpart Mukherjee, Deputy President Ansari, PM Modi during his two-day visit
Patrols aim to 'discourage escalation', US Central Command says
Turkish president says country's ongoing anti-terror fight against PKK, FETO and ISIL is a battle for survival
More than 71,000 officers from police, gendarmerie and coast guard involved in massive late night public security operation
Opinion piece penned by presidential aide in UK newspaper says Yes vote ended era of weak coalition governments
Turkey's Justice and Development Party will hold meeting to renew president's membership
Turkish president calls for 'common sense' in Macedonia
Neither European Court of Human Rights nor Constitutional Court can change decision of the people, says Yildirim
Russian surveillance vessel sinks after hitting freighter off Turkish coast