World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Energy & Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz arrived in Ashkabad, Turkmenistan on Sunday.
Yildiz held a short meeting with Turkmen Minister of Oil & Gas Industry & Mineral Resources Kakageldi Abdyllayew at the airport, and then told reporters that his meetings would focus on Turkmenistan's contributions in energy structuring as well as natural gas need of Turkey and EU member states, noting that they would hold a quadruple meeting on Monday with participation of Turkmen, Azerbaijani, Turkish and EU officials.
Yildiz, today, will hold meetings with Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers for Oil & Gas Baymyrat Hojamuhammedow, Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers for Energy-Sector Work With Foreign Firms Yagsygeldi Kakayew, and Minister of Oil & Gas Industry & Mineral Resources Abdyllayew.
Yildiz will be received by Turkmen leader Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow on Monday.
General Assembly to hold extraordinary session Thursday to discuss motion to extend military mandate in Iraq and Syria
Turkish dailies cover police raid on Koza Ipek Holding, suspected of providing financial support to 'Gulenist Terror Organization'
Two F-16 jets destroyed PKK firing positions in area after one soldier was killed and two were wounded
Turkey and Iraq have launched a joint investigation to examine those responsible for the kidnap of 18 workers from Baghdad
Members of Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) which is designated as a terrorist group, are believed to be behind the attack
Agency provides assistance to poor, victims of disasters, refugees from Syria whose numbers have swelled to about 2.5 million
EU calls for 'independent and transparent investigation' on two British journalists
Tuesday's dailies mainly cover the new rewards offered to those in Turkey who provide information regarding terrorists
An operation is currently underway with police raiding Koza-Ipek, a business that has close tiled to US based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
'Turkey, in terms of combating ISIL and dealing with the inflow of Syria refugees, has been above and beyond what we might expect,” says State Dept.
Journalists accused of helping a 'terrorist organization' however the identification of which one has been held.
Move could signal thaw in relations, frozen since Israel’s deadly 2010 raid on Gaza-bound aid flotilla
Senior AKP official says lawmakers need to discuss the parliamentary motion of extending Turkish military's mandate to take action in Iraq and Syria
Decision comes after a surge in violence in the southeast between Turkish security forces and Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK)
Monday dailies cover Victory Day celebrations and reported PKK attacks in southeastern Turkey
A roadside bomb planted by the PKK has claimed the life of a thirteen year old boy