Press agenda on October 17

Here are the main topics World Bulletin's English Desk plans to cover on Monday, Oct. 17, 2022.

Press agenda on October 17


ISTANBUL - Foreign ministers of Organization of Turkic States member countries to convene for extraordinary meeting at Dolmabahce Palace, with top Turkish diplomat Mevlut Cavusoglu to address meeting.

BARTIN - Following aftermath of last week's coal mining accident in Black Sea town of Amasra, which took 41 lives.


WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Antony Blinken to hold press gaggle in Stanford, California.

WASHINGTON - Los Angeles City Council plans to hold vote on new president following resignation of former President Nury Martinez over racism scandal.

NEW YORK - UN Security Council to discuss situation in Haiti as it fights health and economy crises, gang violence. US also expected to propose deploying multinational rapid action force.


LUXEMBOURG - EU foreign ministers to gather for talks on military training in support of Ukraine.


STOCKHOLM - Swedish parliament to hold vote on new coalition government lead by Ulf Kristersson.


BERLIN - Eurowings pilots to start 3-day strike for better working conditions.


EDINBURGH - First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to deliver speech on independence roadmap.


ROME - Italy to release final reading of September inflation figures.

ANKARA - Turkish Central Bank to release short-term external debt statistics for August.

ANKARA - Türkiye to announce budget balance for September.