Türkiye's exports reached $23.4 billion in June, marking the highest monthly figure on record, data from the Trade Ministry showed on July 2.
Exports increased by 18.5 percent last month from a year ago.
The country's imports, on the other hand, rose by 39.6 percent on an annual basis to stand at $31.5 billion.
Türkiye has decided to be included in the Svalbard Treaty, which will enable Turkish citizens to acquire property, residence and fishing rights in the Svalbard (Spitsbergen) archipelago and territorial waters.
The bill, which was signed by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, regarding the treaty has been forwarded to the parliament speaker's office.
The sports ministers of more than 30 European and non-European countries adopted a common call for Russia and Belarus to be completely removed from international sports. Bulgaria and Hungary are not among the EU countries, and from the European Economic Area Switzerland has not signed up
Polish Minister Kamil Bortniczuk presented the common position, which states:
A pair of environmental protesters in Britain on June 30 glued themselves to the frame of a Vincent van Gogh painting on display at a London art gallery.
The stunt, the latest direct action demonstration by climate change activists, saw the duo from the "Just Stop Oil" group glue their fingers to the Dutch master's "Peach Trees in Blossom."
Discovered 140 years ago and taken to England from Türkiye, the Eros Head was put in its place at the Istanbul Archaeology Museum as a result of the initiatives of the Culture and Tourism Ministry.
The artifact, which was brought to Türkiye on June 10, was reunited with the historical Sidamara Sarcophagus to which it belonged.
Milorad Dodik, the Bosnian Serb leader and Serbian member of the tripartite state presidency, will not be running for a second mandate in October, he has clarified.
Instead, Dodik, who has been sanctioned twice by the US and once by the UK, will be running for the post of president of Bosnia's Serb-majority entity, Republika Srpska.