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NATO allies should encourage Finland and Sweden to take concrete steps regarding Turkey's concerns about the "support given to terror groups," Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on May 27.
The minister reminded that Turkey's opposition to Finland and Sweden's NATO bid is due to their "support to terrorist organizations."
The journalist spoke of 152 islands & islets that -according to Turkey- have not been defined by International Agreements
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) have submitted a draft bill to parliament against digital disinformation that stipulates a prison sentence of up to three years against those who knowingly disseminate misleading information via social media.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan negotiates political gains with NATO’s expansion
He accused Greece of having armed forces on the islands – “They were given to Greece under conditions. Athens’ steps are a threat to Turkey”, he said
The four-day "TEKNOFEST Azerbaijan," Turkey's biggest aviation and technology festival's first abroad mission in Azerbaijan's capital Baku, started on May 26 with an expectation of around 50,000 visitors.
Some 5,000 contestants will compete in the fest held at Baku's Crystal Hall and the National Park.
The excavation works in Göbeklitepe, a 12-000-year-old Neolithic archaeological site in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa, may continue for decades, an expert has said.
"The site unearthed until today is not even 10 percent of all the complex that is still underground," Necmi Karul, a member of the Göbeklitepe Science Board, told Demirören News Agency.
Maguy Marin, a prominent figure in contemporary dance who art lovers have been waiting for years to see, is coming to Turkey for the first time.
Marin, one of the pioneers of a new wave of dance in France, will be on stage tonight at Cemal Reşit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall with his stage choreography and a masterpiece called May B.