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.
Minister Mehdi Eker warmly welcomed Ambassador Mahmood on his assignment in Turkey and reaffirmed his support for the efforts to deepen mutual collaboration in agriculture and livestock sectors.
Gazprom says transit contract with Ukraine will not be renewed after 2019; focus will be on Turkish stream
Antonio Lucibello meets deputy undersecretary in Turkish Foreign Ministry following Pope's 'genocide' remarks.
Turkish Foreign Ministry voices concern over effects of execution of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Mohammad Kamaruzzaman.
Turkish Foreign Ministry releases statement condemning Egypt court decision on death penalty.
Greek president expressed sympathies over the shooting incident involving the bus of Turkish football team, Fenerbahce, which came under attack Saturday.
Martin Schulz begins official talks in Ankara with Turkey's EU Minister Bozkir
According to UN envoy, Cyprus peace talks to resume between Greek and Turkish Cypriots in a few weeks.
Erdogan and Rouhani will hold joint press conference after chairing second Turkey - Iran High Level Cooperation Council meeting.
Meeting between President Erdogan and Saudi Interior Minister Prince Muhammad bin Nayef comes ahead of Erdogan's visit to Iran Tuesday.
Boosts to trade and investment discussed as Ali Babacan visits Indian capital.
The PNWC delegation visited the Turkish War Academies and Turkish Naval Base at Gölcük, apart from visits to historical places in Istanbul including the Harbiye Military Museum and Naval Museum.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu makes a statement during his Cambodian visit, after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s remarks
Turkish foreign ministry says such 'irresponsible actions' are raising the tensions in the Aegean, after Greek defense minister refers to 'invasion' of Cyprus
Turkey prepares for possible refugee influx amid talk of international military campaign on Mosul.
'Safe Harbor Turkey' exhibition in Geneva shows how different communities have found shelter in Turkish territory throughout country's history.
Premier Davutoglu says such attacks will never discourage Turkey from contributing to maintaining peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Turkey has said it needs more detailed and faster information from Western intelligence agencies to intercept them.
The government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni gave no reason for the move but has in the past accused Turkey of receiving officials from a rival government controlling western Libya.
Nihat Zeybekci will visit Seoul on Thursday to sign free trade deals in investment and service sectors to complement a free trade agreement.