Press agenda on March 28

Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover Tuesday 28 March 2017

Press agenda on March 28

World Bulletin / News Desk


SAMSUN - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to attend opening ceremony in Turkey’s Black Sea province of Samsun.

ANKARA - Erdogan later to meet with Pakistan's parliament speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq at the presidential complex in Ankara.

KARAMAN/NIGDE - Prime Minister Binali Yildirim to hold public rallies in central Anatolian provinces of Karaman and Nigde as part of constitutional referendum campaign.



PARIS - French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve to meet his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama.

PARIS - Penelope Fillon, wife of Republicans’ presidential candidate Francois Fillon, according to French media reports, set to appear for questioning by judges as part of their investigation into payments made by her husband.



BERLIN - German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel to meet his Spanish counterpart Alfonso Dastis for talks on Brexit, the EU’s future, regional and international issues. 



LONDON - Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon seeks parliament’s permission to ask for a second independence referendum.

LONDON - Qatar-UK business forum to be held in Birmingham. 



MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin to meet his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani. The two to discuss bilateral relations and regional issues. 



GENEVA - Geneva peace talks on Syria to resume. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov expected to meet regime and opposition delegations in Geneva.



TIRANA - Turkish Agriculture Minister Faruk Celik to attend Albanian-Turkish agriculture business forum and meet his Albanian counterpart Edmond Panariti and Albanian President Bujar Nishani separately.



RABAT - Morocco's King Mohamed VI to approve new government lineup before heading to Jordan for scheduled Arab summit. 



TRIPOLI, Libya - Forces loyal to Libyan military leader Khalifa Haftar remain locked in battle with militia groups for control of country’s oil-rich central region.



KABUL - Despite millions of Afghan children remaining out of education, the country has seen a dramatic increase in school attendance since the fall of the Taliban nearly 16 years ago.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 28 Mart 2017, 09:54