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.
Turkey's main opposition party called for a parliamentary inquiry to look into imprisonment of some 300 members of Turkish Armed Forces.
Energy cooperation between Turkey and Iraq’s Kurdish regional government is stated clearly to both the U.S. and the government in Iraq, says Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Turkish government sponsors a number of charity and development projects in the Gaza Strip.
Ankara's current efforts towards streamlining trade are aimed at fully widening scope of business with Iran, says Turkish Development Minister at Tehran forum.
The massacre of Muslims in the Central African Republic has been compared to the genocides in Bosnia and Rwanda.
The 'Invest in Italy' conference in Istanbul heard of a huge discrepancy in Turkish-Italian investment.
The boat is said to have been illegally transporting migrants to Greek islands.
Turkey, which last year was ranked 16th, skipped ahead of Canada, which has had to cut back its military spending.
The subject is one of a series of issues ranging from increased gas supply and gas price revisions to nuclear power that Turkey and Russia are set to take up in talks in Ankara next week
HAVELSAN, which is partly owned by a Turkish Armed Forces-linked foundation, has a logn history in training defense and communications industries in Turkey and other countries in military software systems.
In addition to motion-detectors that can work day and night across a vast area, these systems are less risky and more cost effective than Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), otherwise known as drones.
The US Embassy in Ankara said allegations against the ambassador Ricciardone 'do not reflect the truth'.
Turkish ruling AK Party MPs voice support for PM Erdogan's election bid.
Economists say the normally innocuous general assembly has taken on greater significance this year after Erdogan called two weeks ago for an emergency interest rate cut to boost the economy
Turkey's International Cooperation and Development Agency has provided a Montenegrin children’s special needs center with a sensory room.
Turkish dailies on Wednesday mainly cover a gun attack which wounded former MP, Adnan Yildiz killing his wife and daughter in Istanbul, latest developments in Ukraine, and "The Blood Moon" - a total lunar eclipse which made the moon take on a deep red color.