TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on NOV. 25

Turkish dailies cover Iran's nuclear deal with P5+1 countires on curbing its nuclear program and the Turkish prime minister's remarks on Cram schools (private tuition centers providing supplementary education) which he is determined to close.

TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on NOV. 25

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Turkish dailies cover on Monday Iran's nuclear deal with P5+1 countries on curbing its nuclear program and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on Cram schools - private tuition centers providing supplementary education- which he is determined to close.

Daily Vatan's headline says "They agree" in reference to the deal on Iran's nuclear program. The daily says Western countries and Iran have finally reached a solution after ten years of nuclear talks, resulting in the prevention of a new threat of war as the world sighed in relief.

It also quotes Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan as saying, "Children have become like race horses due to Cram schools. They go to school on weekdays and Cram schools over the weekends. We have schools, why do we need Cram schools? Let's not deceive, fool each other...We need to save our children."

Daily Haber Turk headlines " the USA makes a deal with Iran." Iran will limit its nuclear program in exchange for eased sanctions, the daily reports. However Israel slams the nuclear deal, saying that "It is not a historic agreement, it is a historic mistake" and that Israel is not bound by the international community's nuclear deal and "will reserve the right to defend ourselves."

The daily also covers Erdogan's remarks on Cram schools and cites him as saying, "If you, the owners of Cram schools, want to contribute to education, we will give you incentives, lower credits and we will exempt you from taxes to establish your private schools."

Daily Yeni Safak headlined "Historic agreement" for Iran's nuclear deal, saying a new term in the Middle East has begun. Iran celebrates the historic deal in Geneva with cheering crowds while Israel and Saudi Arabia are frustrated.

Daily Aksam covers the new nuclear power plants to be built in Turkey, for which joint production is a prerequisite. Turkish engineers will take active part in the construction of the nuclear power plants and the energy production process, the daily says.

Last Mod: 25 Kasım 2013, 11:48
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