Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was decorated with an honorary doctorate by Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev on Tuesday.
Speaking at the ceremony, Erdogan said that Turkey and Ukraine, two countries in the north and south of Black Sea, were in a strong solidarity, adding that the Black Sea would turn into a sea of peace and tranquility when regional prosperity was restored.
Noting that Turkey and Ukraine signed important agreements for the region in Kiev today, Erdogan said that foreign trade between the two countries was 8.3 billion USD before global financial crisis, and it was five billion USD as of November, 2010.
We decided to increase this figure up to 20 billion USD, said Erdogan.
He said that the relations with Ukraine were not only on economic dimension, adding that a progress would be recorded in cultural areas too.
Turkish Airlines increased number of passengers by a quarter in 2013.
Turkish dailies on Friday cover the top court decision to uphold former armed forces chief Basbug's appeal, which paved the way for his release, and Prime Minister Erdogan's statements during a private TV broadcast Thursday night.
Constitutional Court said rights of the former Turkish army head Basbug's rights were violated.
Three people wounded and 13 illegal migrants captured on boat fired upon by Greece's coastguard near Greek Oinousses Island.
Turkey will hire hackers to identify weaknesses in computer networks.
Poland's President Komorowski, lauded the two countries’ visa exemption scheme and stated that Poland seeks to attract foreign capital, adding: "I think there is potential in Turkey. We can be more effective and stronger together in the third world."
Erdogan says he may seek to have the U.S.-based congregation leader extradited, calls him "source of unrest in my country"
Turkish president Abdullah Gul has signed a decree officially bringing an end to special courts in Turkey.
While Standard & Poor's lists Ukraine and Turkey as highly vulnerable to shifting capital outflows, S&P credit analyst Moritz Kraemer says Ukraine's situation is 'completely different' than Turkey's.
Turkey's energy market attractive as it heavily depends on energy imports but tries to increase energy production domestically.
The explosion occurred when the soldier stepped on a device buried in the ground in a remote area in Sirnak
Fourteen Orthodox Church patriarchs and archbishops gather for 3-day meeting on invitation of Istanbul's Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew.
Turkey's constitutional court ruled in favour of former military chief Ilker Basbug's appeal against his detention on a life sentence for plotting against the government, saying his right to freedom had been violated.
Defense and Aeronautical industry increased its exports by 18.3 percent in February 2014.
Turkey's statistics agency, Turkstat, says 2 million 747 thousand people were unemployed in Turkey in 2013, as the jobless rate rose by 9.7 percent compared to 2012.
Turkish dailies on Thursday dedicate their front pages mainly to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on the 'parallel state', his response to allegations over his interference in judicial process, his reply to whether he will continue in politics as prime minister should the AK lift the three-term restriction on MPs, and the latest developments in Ukraine's Crimea crisis with Russia.