FM urges US to cut ties with PKK during Washington visit

Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan has met with White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, pressing the United States to sever its connections with the PKK and its affiliates.

In the meeting on March 7, Fidan underscored Türkiye's commitment to combating terrorist organizations in Syria, urging the U.S. to "act with the spirit of alliance," according to diplomatic sources.

Ankara condemns Khojaly massacre on 32nd anniversary

Türkiye has issued a strong condemnation of the Khojaly massacre committed by Armenian forces in 1992 in Azerbaijan's then-occupied region of Karabakh.

In a statement released by the Foreign Ministry, Ankara expressed profound sorrow over the massacre of innocent civilians, describing the incident as a "dark stain on the history of humanity."

Armenia-Azerbaijan Tensions Spike: New Shelling Incident

Tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan have surged once again, with Armenia accusing Azerbaijan of a deadly attack that claimed the lives of two soldiers and left several others injured. This accusation follows a similar claim made by Baku just a day prior, alleging that one of its soldiers had been wounded in a separate incident.

Key US senator won’t block F-16s to Turkey after Biden assurances on overflights, other issues

US Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) released a statement on Friday saying he will not seek to block the sale of F-16s to Turkey after receiving assurances from the Biden Administration that it will monitor Turkey's behavior on a number of sensitive issues including its actions towards Greece.