Turkish dailies covered in their Monday editions Turkish Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan's surgery, Turkish jets' air strike in the north of Iraq and Saudi prince's investment in Turkish ice cream company.
All newspapers wrote the health of Premier Erdogan who underwent a minor surgery to his digestive system. He was discharged from hospital on Sunday night after having a second surgery to his digestive system at Istanbul's private Medipol Hospital. The surgery was the second and the final stage in Erdogan's treatment cycle. Erdogan's surgery lasted only 30 minutes. Erdogan underwent his first digestive system surgery in November last year.
Another topic in the newspapers was the air strike of Turkish jets in the north of Iraq. General Staff released a statement regarding the operation and said that jets hit two terrorist targets in Zap and Hakurk regions in the north of Iraq on Saturday night. "After surveillance and target analysis in the north of Iraq, Turkish Air Forces jets effectively hit two terrorist targets (shelter and cave) in Zap and Hakurk regions at night on February 11, 2012," the statement said, adding that jets returned to their bases safely.
Newspapers also wrote Saudi Arabia's Prince Abdullah Bin Saud Al Saud's "Zad National" company's investment in Turkey. Turkish ice-cream company MADO signed an agreement with Zad National belonging to Saudi prince. Under the agreement, 20 MADO cafes will be opened in Saudi Arabia in three years. The Saudi prince visited MADO facilities in the Turkish southern province of Kahramanmaras.
AAGüncelleme Tarihi: 13 Şubat 2012, 09:53