Press agenda on October 31

Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018

Press agenda on October 31

TURKEY

ANKARA – President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to attend inauguration for ‘National Technology Development Infrastructures’ in capital Ankara.

ANKARA – Erdogan later to chair his ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party’s Central Executive Board meeting.

ANKARA – Anadolu Agency’s Editor’s Desk to host Turkish Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy. 

ANKARA - Turkish Central Bank to release 4th and last inflation report for this year.

ANKARA - TurkStat to release figures on foreign trade statistics for September, economic confidence index for October and tourism statistics for third quarter of 2018. 

ISTANBUL - Following case of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and national and international reactions.

SPECIAL REPORT : 

Record number of runners expected in Istanbul Marathon

By Fatih Erel

ISTANBUL - A record number of runners are expected to participate in the world's only transcontinental marathon. 
 

ARGENTINA

BUENOS AIRES – Turkish Parliament Speaker Binali Yildirim to address G20 Parliamentary Speakers’ Summit and give speech on “Finance of Development”.

BUENOS AIRES – Yildirim later to meet provisional president of Argentina's senate, Federico Pinedo.

UK

LONDON - Prime Minister Theresa May to respond to questions from lawmakers at House of Commons.

SERBIA 

BELGRADE - Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Turkish Parliament Volkan Bozkir to arrive in Serbia's capital Belgrade for three-day working visit.

BELGRADE - Bozkir to meet with President of Foreign Affairs Commission Zarko Obradovic and Vice-President of the National Assembly of Serbia Veroljub Arsic.
 

RUSSIA

MOSCOW - President Vladimir Putin to hold talks with Moldova President  Igor Dodon.

MOSCOW - Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to address plenary session of 6th World Congress of Russian Compatriots Living Aboard.

INDONESIA

JAKARTA - Following developments after passenger plane crash.

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