US denies that low-profile Erdoğan delegation sends ulterior message

The United States denied Aug. 27 reports that it sending a low-profile delegation to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s presidential inauguration intends to convey an ulterior message to Ankara.

State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said during the daily press briefing that U.S. officials “look forward to working with Prime Minister Erdoğan in his new role as president.”

Bulgaria's President to Attend Erdogan's Inauguration in Ankara

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev is to attend Turkish President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan's inauguration ceremony.

The official ceremony will be held at the Cankaya Presidential Palace.

Erdogan was elected President on August 10.

He won 52% of the vote in the first round of Turkey's first direct presidential election.

‘New Turkey’ vows to embrace all, except ‘parallel state’

A “new Turkey” is emerging as the top two posts of the country change hands and vow to embrace all citizens, but the fight against members of the so called “parallel state,” the term used by the ruling party to describe members of Fethullah Gülen movement, will continue on.

Consumers to be targeted with audio ads at malls

A Turkish advertisement agency is preparing to introduce audio commercials at shopping malls, increasing the number of advertisements to which individuals are exposed in daily life.

The project was designed by Cahit Ceylan, a prominent Turkish advertisement sector representative, and will be actualized by the Swiss mobile marketing platform Adwin AG.